The event is free and open to the public. Complimentary refreshments
will be provided.
The April exhibit will feature some of the best
photography work from Millikin University students, faculty and
Thomas Byler, a junior entrepreneurship major from Mount Zion,
was selected as one of the featured artists for April. While most
students on campus know him for his portrait work or headshots of
theater and music students, he is pleased with the opportunity to
display his landscape photography.
"Blue Connection is helping me market more of my landscape work,
and I am really excited to see my artwork side by side with other
artists trying to sell their work as well," Byler said.
Nick Burge, a senior graphic design major and also from Mount
Zion, is one of 18 students involved in the business success of Blue
Connection Fine Arts Gallery this semester. Burge is excited about
the "f.stop" event that will showcase strictly photographers.