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Monster Museum Exhibit
MMOMA Features "Midnight"
This Weekend Only

MONSTROPOLIS – The Monster Museum of Modern Art is set to feature a collection of night-themed artwork, "Midnight", showcasing the creativity of MU's most talented student artists.

The exhibition features works by juniors and seniors, with each piece hand-selected by the Art faculty. Included in the "Midnight" exhibit are more than 100 pieces, including sculpture, painting, charcoal sketches, photography, and performance shrieking.

"For decades, the MMOMA has been a valuable partner for Monsters University in promoting student art exhibitions," said MMOMA curator James Francoloni. "I am always moved by the passion and skill of these young artists -- for they have a different way of seeing the world, since so many of them have many more eyes than I."

"The MMOMA gives our students exposure and prestige that few university students experience," said MU Art department chair, Dr. Paola Piccolo. "Fantastic talents on display in an amazing venue. Congratulations are in order for every student who made a contribution this year."

The Monsters Museum of Modern Art is funded by the Monstropolis Arts Council. The Museum is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. excluding holidays. Admission is free for holders of valid MU student IDs.