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Feb. 16: Interdisciplinary Programs Present Ninth Annual Kaleidoscope Exhibit


Eric Sloss

Carnegie Mellon's Interdisciplinary Degree Programs
Present Ninth Annual Kaleidoscope Exhibit    

PITTSBURGH—Carnegie Mellon University's Bachelor of Humanities and Arts (BHA) and Bachelor of Science and Arts (BSA) degree programs are hosting their ninth annual "Kaleidoscope" art exhibit. The opening is from 7 to 9 p.m., Friday, Feb. 16 at The Frame Gallery, 5200 Forbes Avenue at the corner of Forbes and Margaret Morrison Street. The exhibit will be open to the public from noon to 5 p.m. daily through Feb. 21.     

"Our Kaleidoscope exhibit is a microcosm of new possibilities reflecting the students' creativity, fusion, energy and interdisciplinary synthesis," said Franco Sciannameo, interim director of the BHA and BSA programs.    

Kaleidoscope is the annual BHA and BSA spring exhibition of multidisciplinary artwork and performance. BHA and BSA students use this opportunity to explore interdisciplinary ideas and collaborations. Shows include multimedia artworks, poetry readings, musical and dramatic performances, documentation of architectural projects, drawings, paintings, and other forms of artistic expression.     

The BHA and BSA are interdisciplinary undergraduate programs within Carnegie Mellon's College of Fine Arts. For more information about the programs, visit or call Sciannameo at 412-268-8326 or Ari Blackford at 412-268-1745. For more information about the College of Fine Arts, visit