Welcome to the virtual On My Own Time art exhibition. The artwork was on display in the Noble Room of Hendricks Chapel April 27 - May 17. Although voting for the "Best of Show" has ended, the artwork is still available in the online slideshow for your enjoyment.
For further information about Syracuse University's participation in On My Own Time, contact Sue Torrell-Szarek at 443-2099 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks to Chet Seidel and Trudi Porter for assisting HR with the online version of the 2012 On My Own Time art show.
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