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Columbus State University is opening its fall semester with an exhibit featuring their top art students from the last academic school year.

The collection of works is entitled “Foundations” and showcases numerous works selected by the university’s art faculty members.

Hannah Israel is the gallery director for CSU where she also serves as an associate professor of art. Israel said she is excited to open “Foundations” and explained the origin of the exhibit’s title.

“The selection was curated by faculty from the foundation review at the end of the semester,” she said. “This review measures the scope and ability of our students in 2-dimensional design, drawing and 3-D design.”

The selected works will be on display in the Bay Gallery of the Corn Center for the Visual Arts. Israel said that exhibition features several mediums including works in wood, steel, graphite charcoal and digital prints.

Israel said the exhibit came together as a celebration of what CSU’s top art students have achieved.

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