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Source: Fayez Husseini, 785-532-2480, fayezhu@k-state.edu
News release prepared by: Diane Potts, 785-532-1090, potts@k-state.edu

Friday, March 13, 2009

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND DESIGN FACULTY EXHIBIT WORK THROUGH MARCH 27 IN K-STATE'S CHANG GALLERY

MANHATTAN -- An exhibit of work by faculty in Kansas State University's College of Architecture, Planning, and Design will be on display in the Chang Gallery of Seaton Hall through Friday, March 27.

The gallery is open to the public weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free.

The work includes architectural drawings and models, paintings, mixed media, photography, product design, glass and sculpture.

Participating faculty include: Larry Bowne, associate professor of architecture; Tony Chelz, associate professor of landscape architecture and regional and community planning; Donna Fullmer, assistant professor of interior architecture and product design; Richard Gnat, assistant professor of architecture; Nathan Howe, assistant professor of architecture; Jon Hunt, assistant professor of landscape architecture and regional and community planning; Fayez Husseini, professor of interior architecture and product design; Katie Kingery-Page, assistant professor of landscape architecture and regional and community planning; Matthew Knox, associate professor of architecture; Ulf Meyer, assistant professor of architecture; Miriam Neet, assistant professor of architecture; and Cliff Shin, assistant professor of interior architecture and product design.

Work by emeritus faculty Gene Ernst and Emil Fischer also will be on display.