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FHU Art Students' Work Chosen for Exhibit

Henderson, Tenn. - Mar 19, 2015

The work of four Freed-Hardeman University students will be included in the annual “Artists of the 21st Century.” The juried exhibition will be displayed at the West Tennessee Regional Art Center in Humboldt, Tenn., April 9-14.

The students and their works are junior Julia Tesh from Clemmons, N.C., with “Blue Couch”; senior Mikayla Tollett from Benton, Ark., with “Travels”; senior Justin Hoover from Christiana, Tenn., with “Light Painting on a Railroad”; and senior Sehyun Son from Seoul, South Korea, with “Chicago” and “Elderly Couple and a Green Fence.”

“Artists of the 21st Century” is coordinated by the University of Tennessee at Martin. The competition is open to undergraduate art students and spans nine states: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. All of the works submitted by FHU students were selected for the exhibition.