Bucks County Artists Participate in 23rd Annual Immaculata Art Show

The Immaculata University´s 23rd Annual Art Show will be held from Sunday, February 12 through Sunday, February 19, along with a ticketed premiere on Saturday, February 11. The Art Show will feature many artists from Bucks County. Bucks County artists are: Christopher McCall of Doylestown works in painting – oil Barbara McCorkindale of Doylestown works in painting – watercolor Ronald Prybycien of Doylestown works in painting...

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Media Artist Featured in 23rd Annual Immaculata Art Show

MEDIA, PA — Award-winning local artist Lois Jones is featured among nearly 200 national and international artists at the 23rd Annual Immaculata University Art Show. Proceeds from the juried show will benefit the Immaculata University Scholarship Fund. The Show is free and open to the public from February 12 through the 19, from noon to 8:00 p.m. and on Sundays from noon to 5:00 p.m. A ticketed preview and artists reception takes...

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Immaculata University Educates Students of all Ages

Since its founding in 1920, Immaculata University has been known for its quality educational programs serving students of all ages throughout the region and the nation. Immaculata has grown to enroll over 4,000 students in the bachelor´s, master´s, and doctoral degree programs, and accelerated degree completion programs. Immaculata provides a small college environment with the power of a university, offering 60 majors,...

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Two Presentations on Art-Related Topics to be Featured at the 23rd Annual Immaculata Art Show

The 23rd Annual Immaculata University Art Show, being held from Sunday, February 12 through Sunday, February 19, 2006, announces an educational series entitled Art Talks. Inspire Me: The Art of Inspiration, the first in the series, will be presented by this year´s featured artist, Matiko Mamaladze, on Tuesday, February 14, at 2:00 p.m., in Alumnae Hall. Matiko has participated in the Immaculata University Art Show since 2001. A...

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Immaculata University Adds New Courses to its Irish Studies Program

The spring semester in Irish Studies at Immaculata features new courses in film and women´s literature, which will augment the ongoing classes in Irish language and a popular course in Irish history. Beginning February 2, and continuing for five Thursdays, John Lavin will develop "Empathy and Transformation in Irish Film." The course will examine the effect of Irish film upon the negotiation of peace in Ireland by...

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