Exhibit On China’s Bronze Age Features High School Work
KINGSVILLE - March 29, 2007
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H.M. King students add their interpretation to traveling exhibit
The John E. Conner Museum at Texas A&M University-Kingsville will host the exhibit The Bronze Age of China, beginning Monday, April 2, and continuing through Friday, April 27. In addition to the traveling exhibit by the Texas Council of the Humanities, six pieces created by art club students from H.M. King High School also are on display.
The exhibit created by the high school students is entitled Great World Cultures: China, The Bronze Age. It contains six pieces representing the students’ interpretations of Chinese bronze vessels.
The traveling exhibit from the Texas Council for the Humanities contains 12 panels with photographs of the original exhibit.
There also are replicas of four artifacts donated to the Texas State Museum of Asian Culture in Corpus Christi.
The Conner Museum is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. For more information, call 361-593-2810.
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