Carnegie Mellon Press Release: February 5, 2004
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Teresa Thomas

For immediate release:
February 5, 2004

Artist and Educator Elizabeth Asche Douglas Exhibit Showcased at Carnegie Mellon Black History Month Events

PITTSBURGH—Artist and educator Elizabeth Asche Douglas's exhibit "Out of the Scrap Bin" will be on display at Carnegie Mellon University in celebration of Black History Month.

The exhibit can be visited 10 a.m.-5 p.m. February 17-27, 2004, in the University Center Art Gallery at Carnegie Mellon. An opening reception will be held for the exhibit 3-5 p.m. Tuesday, February 17.

Asche Douglas is an artist and educator who began her professional exhibiting career with an award in the 42nd annual exhibition of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh at the Carnegie Museum of Art. She has since shown in many exhibitions throughout the U.S., with many awards to her credit.

Douglas's art includes paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, mixed media pieces and artful performances. She is the artist and owner of Douglas Art Gallery, Rochester, Pa.

For more information on Douglas's exhibit or the Black History Month events at Carnegie Mellon please contact Emily Half at 412-268-2075 or by email

By Jennifer Miller, MAPW


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