Art comes out of the shadows at UW-Stevens Point

A variety of artwork is on display at UW-Stevens Point as part 

of the Edna Carlsten Gallery exhibit "Seldom Seen."

Sculptures, paintings and other collected works of art rarely on display are part of a new exhibit at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point's Edna Carlsten Art Gallery.

"Seldom Seen: Selections for the UW-Stevens Point Permanent Art Collection" will be on exhibit until Wednesday, Aug. 15, and features work by well-known artists, students, faculty and alumni. The gallery, located in the Noel Fine Arts Center, 1800 Portage St., Stevens Point, is open daily from 1-4 p.m., free of charge.

Among the artists is alumnus Dana Knutson,, best known for artwork in role-playing game products. Selected works by Carlsten and former faculty member Dick Schneider will be featured in the Schneider Student Gallery, located inside the Carlsten Gallery.

For more information, call 715-346-4797.


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