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ISU student artwork on display through Friday

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What Remains

Nine students' artworks on decomposition and growth are being featured in "What Remains" the first collaborative Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibition at Illinois State University this school year. 

NORMAL — The first collaborative Illinois State University Bachelor of Fine Arts student show of the school year is open through Friday.

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The show, called "What Remains," can be seen from 10 a.m. to noon and 4 to 6 p.m. on Friday.

The show is in the Center for Visual Arts in Transpace, a gallery for students to exhibit their work. Nine artists are included in the exhibit, with artwork focusing on decomposition and growth. 

Further solo exhibitions for some of the students are scheduled for the galleries in the Center for Visual Arts starting Nov. 9.

The center is at 468 W. Beaufort St. in Normal, on the south end of the ISU quad. 

Contact Connor Wood at (309)820-3240. Follow Connor on Twitter: @connorkwood


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