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Northwestern Art Society art show taken online after COVID-19 interruption

 

April 24, 2020

Left: A landscape photo titled "A Stormy Alva Harvest" by Valarie Case, university relations specialist, won Best of Show on the non-student side of the annual art show at Northwestern. Right: A charcoal drawing titled "Gin" by Angela Egger, Williamsville, Illinois, freshman, won Best of Show on the student side of the 17th annual NWOSU Art Society Art Show.

One of the largest shows in the Northwestern Oklahoma State University Art Society Art Show's 17-year history has been hanging silently in the J.W. Martin Library on the Alva campus for weeks with only a handful of students and employees able to enjoy it since COVID-19 interrupted everyone's lives in March.

The art was up for a week and judged just before leaving for spring break, but because of the virus and the need to keep everyone safe, classes started using alternative instructional delivery methods, and the majority of students aren't on campus. Though the library has remained open t...



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