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Sept. 15, 2016
Two artistic photographs created by Northwest Missouri State University faculty member Dejan Mraović are featured in the Fourth Wichita Falls Art Association Annual Photography Exhibition.
Mraović’s photographs, “Key Tower,” created in Cleveland, Ohio, and “Tulsa Art Deco Museum,” created in Tulsa, Oklahoma, were selected for the exhibit. The show opened Sept. 3 and remains open until Oct. 3.
The Wichita Falls Art Association Gallery is located in the historic Holt Hotel in downtown Wichita Falls. The art association is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting visual arts in communities surrounding the Texas-Oklahoma border.
Mraović joined the Northwest faculty this fall as an assistant professor of graphic design. Previously, he was an assistant professor and coordinator of the graphic design programs at Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma, and at Campbellsville University in Campbellsville, Kentucky. He has a master’s degree from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, and a bachelor’s degree from the College of Visual and Applied Arts in Belgrade, Serbia, both in graphic design.
|Mraović’s photographs, “Key Tower,” and “Tulsa Art Deco Museum.”|
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