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Published on Tue, Jan 7, 2014 (12:41 p.m.)FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Dates of event:
Closing Reception: January 31st, 2014. 6-9 PM
Exhibition date: January 26th – February 1st, 2014. 9 AM-5: 30 PM
Contact: Shelbi Schroeder
Telephone: UNLV Art Department office (702) 895-3237
Email: [email protected]
Shelbi Schroeder: “Indefinite Obsession”
Shelbi Schroeder’s exhibition, “Indefinite Obsession,” will be held in Grant Hall Gallery, located on UNLV campus, from January 26th to February 1st, 2014. The exhibition will be open to the public Sunday-Saturday from 9:00 AM-5: 30 PM. The opening reception will take place on Friday, January 31st, from 6:00 PM-9:00 PM. The Grant Hall Gallery is located in Archie Grant Hall (GRA 123) on the University of Nevada, Las Vegas campus (4505 S Maryland Parkway).
Shelbi Schroeder is a graduate student currently pursuing her MFA at University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Schroeder is interested in the connections between the body and the mind. She is intrigued by the dualities of self-perception and finds herself on an obsessive quest. Her current photographic mediums range from digital to black and white as well as Polaroid. Her artworks aim to represent a range of attitudes many humans have towards their bodies.
The Master of Fine Arts graduate program at UNLV is a 3-year, studio program. The program includes two solo exhibitions including a midway and final thesis show. The exhibition, “Indefinite Obsession,” is Shelbi’s midway show for the UNLV graduate program.
For additional information, please visit: www.unlv.edu/maps/gra and www.shelbischroeder.com, [email protected]
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