Tuesday, April 27, 1999

Miami U Hamilton showcases fine arts




BY JENNY CALLISON
Enquirer Contributor

        HAMILTON — The arts take center stage tonight during Miami University Hamilton Campus' first Fine Arts Celebration.

        The sampler event spotlights the accomplishments of students and faculty, and includes exhibits of visual artwork by students.

        Music will be performed by the Collegiate Chorale conducted by Sharon Rusbosin, by voice students of Bess Arlene Camacho, and by guitar students directed by Pam Beaty.

        “The purpose of this is to showcase the talent we have here on campus,” said Ms. Rusbosin, instructor of music. “We have a larger music and art department than I think people are aware of, and a number of good singers.”

        Ms. Rusbosin said she and visual art instructor Phil Joseph planned the event after talking for several years about ways they might increase the visibility of fine arts on campus.

        The program begins at 7 p.m. in the Wilks Conference Center. A reception follows.

        The free event is open to the public.

        Information: 785-3000.

       



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