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Lilburn Student Debuts Art at University of Dallas

Kate Papania presented key works from two very different Nazi-era German exhibitions.

Lilburn Student Debuts Art at University of Dallas

 

Kate Papania, an art history major from Lilburn, recently presented "Modern 'Degeneracy' of German 'Greatness': Key Works in the 1937 Degenerate Art and Great German Art Exhibitions" as part of the University of Dallas Senior Art Exhibitions for the spring 2012 semester.

The exhibition is a capstone project for students in the Art Department, and an opportunity to display original works of art or deliver an art history talk. Presentations are one of the final requirements most university art majors must fulfill in order to graduate.

The University of Dallas is a Catholic, co-educational university with students enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs through the Constantin College of Liberal Arts, the College of Business, the Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts and the School of Ministry. The University of Dallas has its main campus in Irving, Texas, an international campus near Rome, Italy, and a learning center in Frisco, Texas. For more information, visit www.udallas.edu.

(Editor's note: This article is from a ReadMedia Newswire release.)

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