FINE ARTS CLUB HOLDS FIRST EXHIBIT IN ROBINSON HALL
Costume Designs of Dramatic Club Play Are Included in the Collection
The Fine Arts Club opened yesterday in Robinson Hall a joint exhibition of the works produced by students in the University and Radcliffe. The exhibition, which includes examples of sculpture, oil paintings, water colors, and drawings, is the first of its kind to be held here.
Decorations for the Yale Music Building, Bryn Mawr College, and the Church of St. John the Divine of New York City are among the examples of sculpture on display. The most notable of the paintings are the costume designs of the Dramatic Club production, "The Liar," a fresco copy of the School of Botticelli, and cover designs for the Lampoon. There are also oil and water color landscapes, still life studies, and portrait drawings in several mediums.