Will display art from Tech students
Cookeville – The Silver Fern is hosting “Make Do,” a group exhibition showcasing the artwork of several students in the Bachelor of Fine Arts program in the School of Art, Craft and Design at Tennessee Tech University. The artwork will be displayed in the Fiddlehead Room Gallery.
The show opens Friday, April 14 with a reception open to the public at 5:30 p.m.
Make do – Exhibition features works from Tech students.
“From weavings to wood-turned vessels, the exhibition shows every aspect of Tennessee Techs students’ talents,” according to a Silver Fern release. The exhibition will feature pieces in wood, fibers, ceramics, metals and painting.
Featured will be the work of Tech students Charity Armoo, Brooks Burr, Josh Conover, Jessee Dees, CJ Hunter, Laura Lester, Alayna Motz, Mattie Phillips, Henry Sekeres, Kat Sexton, Grant Stewart, Katy Beth Stovall and Mary Mac Webb.
“The Silver Fern seeks to locally provide a community space supporting creativity and personal healing through the services and products they provide,” said Tennesee Tech in a release. “Medicinal teas, herbs, art, jewelry and more are sold in-store and on the store’s website and they hold a variety of community events.”
Located at 145 E Spring Street Suite, Cookeville, The Silver Fern is open Wed. from 1 p.m to 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Photo courtesy of Tennessee Tech.