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USAO Bachelor of Fine Arts candidates for fall 2019 prepare for final exhibition

CHICKASHA — Three art students from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma are preparing for their final exhibition, “Manifest,” before graduation.

An opening reception, which is free and open to the public, will be at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Nesbitt Gallery in Davis Hall. The show will remain on display until Dec. 7.

The fall 2019 candidates for a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree include Taylor Bauman, of Minco; Eren Hall-Williams, of Oklahoma City; and Ann McSparrin, of Thomas.

“The artists in ‘Manifest’ have worked diligently producing high-quality work that serves as evidence of their individual concepts," said Jaquelyn Knapp, professor of art and art department coordinator. "Each has successfully investigated thought-provoking ideas with very diverse media. We are very proud of their accomplishments and are confident each will see success in the world.”

For more information, contact Knapp at 405-574-1302 or