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Art Show!

It wasn’t a Parisian but rather a Perugian vernissage on Tuesday as Umbra fine arts students had a chance to show off their semester’s work. The vernissage took place in Umbra’s Via Danzetta art studio, where the walls of every room but the darkroom were hung with paintings, drawings, and photographs. Students displayed their oil paintings, charcoal and pencil drawings (among them some huge, Benetton-like faces looming from far above the floor), and a mixture of playful and serious black-and-white photographs, some even hand-tinted. Umbra’s fine art faculty, many members of the staff, and most of the student body came during the course of the two-hour show.

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