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Out & About: Art exhibition celebrates Seton Hill centennial

Tribune-Review
| Monday, September 17, 2018 7:48 a.m.
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Exhibiting artists, (from left), Stuart Thompson, Philip Rostek and Raymond DeFazio, gather for a photo during the opening reception for 'Centennial Art Exhibition: Founding Artists', held in the Harlan Gallery at the Seton Hill University Arts Center in Greensburg on Sunday afternoon, September 9, 2018.
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(from left), Becky Gartley and Christine Kocevar, pose for a photo during the opening reception for 'Centennial Art Exhibition: Founding Artists', held in the Harlan Gallery at the Seton Hill University Arts Center in Greensburg on Sunday afternoon, September 9, 2018.
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(from left), Curt Scheib, dean of the School of Visual and Performing Arts and Professor of Music and Voice at Seton Hill University, and Pati Beachley, chair of the Department of Art and Design at Seton Hill University, pose for a photo during the opening reception for 'Centennial Art Exhibition: Founding Artists', held in the Harlan Gallery at the Seton Hill University Arts Center in Greensburg on Sunday afternoon, September 9, 2018.
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Clay pieces by Stuart Thompson on display during the opening reception for 'Centennial Art Exhibition: Founding Artists', held in the Harlan Gallery at the Seton Hill University Arts Center in Greensburg on Sunday afternoon, September 9, 2018.
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(from left), Audrey Skergan, of Greensburg, and Janet Baril, of Marion, IL, admire the art during the opening reception for 'Centennial Art Exhibition: Founding Artists', held in the Harlan Gallery at the Seton Hill University Arts Center in Greensburg on Sunday afternoon, September 9, 2018.

As part of Seton Hill University’s centennial year celebration, a special art exhibition entitled “Founding Artists” is running through Sept. 18 in the Harlan Gallery in the Seton Hill Arts Center in downtown Greensburg.

A reception was held Sept. 9.

Featured artists include Raymond DeFazio, Philip Rostek, Stuart Thompson and the late Josefa Filkosky and Sister Mary Frances Irvin . All of the artists are former members of the university’s arts faculty.

The exhibition also included a gallery talk with the artists Sept. 13.

Centennial year activities at the Catholic coeducational liberal arts school founded by the Sisters of Charity began with a Jan. 26 kick-off event and will continue through the end of 2018. For information, visit setonhill.edu.

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, smcmarlin@tribweb.com or via Twitter @shirley_trib.

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