Smith and Entner to showcase works of art

Benjamin Entner and Sarah Smith will have works of art on display Aug. 21 to Dec. 14 in the Misciagna  Family Center for Performing Arts at Penn State Altoona. A reception for both artists will be held 3 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 4, in the Titelman Study of the Center.

Entner is a graduate of Syracuse University's sculpture program, where he received his master of fine arts degree. His work has shown nationally and internationally; most recently with exhibitions at the Contemporary Arts Center of Las Vegas, the Soap Factory of Minneapolis, the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center of the Arts in Olympia, Washington, SOMA Kunstgeneratorinstitusjon in Bergen, Norway, and the Handwerker Gallery of Ithaca College.

Originally from Middletown, New York, Smith currently lives and works in Murray, Kentucky, where she is a lecturer a Murray State University. She received her master of fine arts degree from the University of Iowa in 2013 where she was awarded the Virgil M. Beall fellowship and the Paula Patton Grahame scholarship. She recently exhibited at the Minneapolis Photo Center, the Janice Mason Art Museum, LUX Center for the Arts, Torpedo Factory Art Center, and the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. She has an upcoming residency at the Contemporary Artists Center at Woodside in Troy, New York, and will be included in the Manifest Third International Photography Annual publication.


Last Updated August 13, 2014