FLORENCE – Chamber music and art exhibits will be featured at the First Tuesday Arts Event at Francis Marion University on Oct. 3.
The program, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 7:45 p.m. in the Hyman Fine Arts Center gallery with a viewing of “Ceramics” by Elizabeth Kirven, a Pee Dee resident, and “Passages to Flesh Fields” by Jim Boden, an assistant professor of fine art at Coker College. The display is part of the FMU Art Gallery Series.
At 8 p.m. in the Adele Kassab Recital Hall, a chamber music performance will be given by Sue Orr, soprano; Kristin Slaughenhaupt, flutist; and Kurt Slaughenhaupt, trumpeter. Benjamin Woods will be the accompanist. Orr and Woods are professors of music at FMU.
Following the program in the Hyman Fine Arts Center, everyone is invited to the Smith University Center art gallery to view “The Art of West African Printed Textiles” from the collection of Alice Burmeister, an assistant professor of art history at Winthrop University. This exhibit is also part of the FMU Art Gallery Series.
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