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Graduate student art show opens Nov. 4

A unique art show featuring works by graduate students in Morehead State's Department of Art and Design will open Monday, Nov. 4. 

"Concatenations" is organized and presented by MSU graduate students with cooperation and support from the Rowan County Arts Center. The show consists of work made by the graduate students of the MSU art and design program as part of their master's theses and is one of the first organized group exhibitions to feature graduate student artists. The exhibit will feature photography, screen printing, sculpture, ceramics and comic illustration works by graduate students Dustyn Pruitt from Ashland; Joel Knueven from Moscow, Ohio; Ashley Worley from Lexington; and Trey Davis from Maysville. 

"Most graduate students are busy submitting to other shows and entering into regional shows alongside undergraduates, the time organizing and planning a show is heavy and so one reason there haven't been more Graduate centric shows in the past is the heavy workload on us as students," Pruitt, who helped organize the exhibit, said. "However, we are very excited to put on this show. From my position, organizing a show like this is an exciting chance to exhibit with my friends." 

The show runs from Monday, Nov. 4 to Nov. 29 at the Rowan County Arts Center, 205 E. Main St. in Morehead with a reception and meet and greet with the artists scheduled for Nov. 20 at 5 p.m. at the arts center.

For more information, contact the Rowan County Arts Center at 606- 783-9857, email or visit

For more information about MSU's Department of Art and Design, visit, email or call 606-783-2766.