Buffalo State College is known for its fantastic arts program. As we gear up for another class of eager graduates ready to show the world what they've got, one student in particular caught my attention. Stephanie Abelson, a fiber design major, is one of many talented students holding a solo gallery exhibit to showcase their skillful, creative work. Stephanie's exhibit, warped works, will debut this Friday at 464 Art Gallery on Amherst Street. Her showing will demonstrate how fiber art can be translated into wearable art, in addition to more traditional stylings. However, unlike the Bachelor of Fine Arts majors, as a Bachelor of Science candidate, Stephanie is not required to hold her
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