Posted on Apr 27, 2001

Through April 28.
Arts Atrium Gallery
Senior art exhibitions presents “Glass” by Tina Tacorian.

Through May 20.
Mandeville Gallery, Nott Memorial
“Saints, Sinners and Sacred Spaces: Devotional Folk Artin Latin America.” All artwork in the exhibition comes fromthe collection of curator Beate Echols and Michael Shub. Echols isa collector of Latin American folk art, and a private dealer. Sheis faculty member of the Folk Art Institute of the Museumof American Folk Art in New York City, where she teaches “Artfrom the Americas.” She has also taught this subject at the New YorkCity Graduate Center and New York University. A number ofrelated events accompany the show.

Through June 1.
Social Science Faculty Lounge Art Gallery.
“The Photographer's Eye: People, Culture and the Environment,”an exhibition of works by three members of SocialSciences division _ Shelton Schmidt (black and white portraits),George Gmelch (black and white portraits of Irish Travelers) and DebLudke (color works of nature and objects). Gallery hoursare weekdays 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information, call ext. 6072.