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Hanna Jubran Sculpture: Reflection on Aesthetic Journey

June 2, 2006 – September 30, 2006(This exhibition has passed.)

Hanna Jubran received his Master of Fine Arts degree in sculpture from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1983, and he is currently a Sculpture Professor at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. Prior to his appointment at ECU, Jubran taught ceramics, sculpture and three-dimensional design at UWM and the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. Since 1996, he has participated in over 278 exhibitions, international symposia, national and international conferences, and over 50 lectures and workshops. His recent activities include a commission entitled “A Monument to a Century of Flight” in Kitty Hawk, NC. For every symposium Hanna has participated in, his sculpture has been kept as part of that town’s or organizations permanent collection. Jubran also has completed major works of art in Germany, Canada, Cuba, Denmark and the United States. He sculpts in bronze, wood, stone, and steel. His works range from freestanding interior and wall pieces to monumental outdoor pieces. Jubran strives to make each sculpture not only visually appealing but also pleasing to touch. He initiated sculpture shows for the visually impaired in the U.S. and Germany. His work has been acclaimed through awards such as Best Execution of Concept, Ma’llot International Sculpture Symposium, Ma’llot, Israel.

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