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Fall Semester 2011

 

Phyllis Darden-Caldwell Class of 1980
Phyllis Darden-Caldwell
Class of 1980

Portrait of a Legacy
Artwork from the Home of Phyllis Darden-Caldwell
Class of 1980

Wednesday, October 26, 2011 – January 20, 2012 – Fourth Floor Art Gallery

Opening on the eve of the 2011 homecoming season, the John B. Coleman Library’s Fourth Floor Art Gallery is honored to share with students and gallery visitors the zeal for life, art, and culture that this enthusiastic alumnus so elegantly possesses.

To learn more abut the gallery or  this exhibition, contact the gallery curator at (936) 261-1523 or email ldkelley@pvamu.edu

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Free Your Mind READ A Banned Book - Banned Book Week
Banned Books Week

John B. Coleman Library Salutes
American Library Association’s
2011 Banned Book Week

“Free Your Mind READ A Banned Book.”

September 24, 2011 to October 1, 2011

2011 Banned Book Proclamation                    

  Flamenco I; Oil on Canvas; 45" x 38", 2010Symphony in Red: Paintings by Nubia Gala Seibert August 18 - September 30, 2011 - Fourth Floor Art GalleryFlamenco I; Oil on Canvas; 45″ x 38″, 2010Symphony in Red: Paintings by Nubia Gala Seibert
August 18 – September 30, 2011 – Fourth Floor Art Gallery

Nubia  Gala Siebert is a painter whose abstract work draws inspiration from her personal history, spiritual practice and international travels. Beyond serving as a catalyst for her studio explorations, color to this artist is a universal means of communication. In an excerpt from her artist statement, Nubia expresses that abstract painting allows [her] the freedom to communicate spontaneously, take risks, and participate in an ‘adventure’ without boundaries. This exhibition’s title Symphony in Red articulates the artist’s fascination with a color that amplifies vivacity and movement. Nubia ‘s paintings have been exhibited in Tennessee, New Mexico, California, Indonesia, and in Texas at Houston’s Jung Center, Glassell School of Art, and the Columbian Consulate. Prairie View A&M University and the John B. Coleman Library’s Fourth Floor Art Gallery are excited to host the artist’s first solo exhibition. A gallery reception with the artist will occur on September 15th from 11- 2pm. This exhibition and reception are free and open to the Public

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