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Project M is an intensive summer program designed to inspire young graphic designers, writers, photographers and other creative people that their work can have a positive and significant impact on the world.


Opening Friday, The Greenhouse Project Art Show | The “lost generation” of Uganda


The Greenhouse Project Art Show | The “lost generation” of Uganda
The Oglesby Gallery
January 30th – February 13th.
Opening Reception: January 30, 6:00 PM

The Greenhouse Project’s purpose is to provide support and awareness through art, to an orphanage in Mengo, Uganda. This project is about creating awareness for the “lost generaton” of uganda by using the children’s own photography, painting and drawing in traveling art shows.

The show for the Oglesby Union Art Gallery features 72 original artworks by the children of the Greenhouse Orphanage along side photographic portraits and a video installation by Rachel Rossin. Reproductions of the art and the originals will be sold to raise financial support in an effort to make the orphanage more sustainable.

You certainly don’t have to buy or give anything but it would be appreciated. If anything, you should just come check out some art from Uganda done by some really talented kids.
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The Oglesby Gallery is located on the second floor of the FSU Union in Krentzman Lounge (directly above the food court).

Gallery Hours:
M-F 8am – 10pm
S-S 12noon – 10pm