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Folsom Lake College students exhibit works

Three Stages at Folsom Lake College hosts an exhibition of Folsom Lake College student artists in the Bank of America Gallery through May 13, with a special Artists’ Reception on Friday, April 13, from 5 to 7 p.m.

The exhibition features a diverse range of works such as paintings, printmaking, three-dimensional sculptures, and two-dimensional drawings. Each body of work captures the essence and investigative nature of the artist’s personal journey. The exhibition is representative of each artist’s aesthetics and reflects their regional influences.

The exhibition is open to all Folsom Lake College students who had created art from Summer 2011 to the current Spring 2012 semester. During the April 13 reception, the guests will vote on their favorite.

The Bank of America Gallery is open to the public every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. when exhibits are installed. In addition, the gallery is open one hour before and during intermission of each scheduled performance at Three Stages.

Regular admission to the gallery is free of charge. When visiting the gallery on a weekday a parking permit is required. Permits are available for $1 per vehicle from automated kiosk dispensers located near the parking lot entrances.

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