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The Art Institute of Colorado Students Show Work

By: The Art Institutes

November 24, 2015

(Denver, November 2015)  Several students from The Art Institute of Colorado are participating in a graphic art display at Niza Knoll Gallery in Denver’s art district.  The exhibit is entitled “Hey Diddle, Diddle” and features artists’ visual interpretations of nursery rhymes. Each of the artists was invited to participate in the exhibit, but they could choose their own verse. The show runs November 20, 2015-January 9, 2016. 

Eleven students were invited to participate in the exhibit, and all are students in the school’s Advanced Illustration class.  One of the students participating is Arnold Camacho, a student in the Bachelor of Arts in Media Arts & Animation degree program.   His artwork is displayed with this article.

For more information on the gallery, please visit http://www.nizaknollgallery.com/.


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By: The Art Institutes

November 24, 2015