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April 13, 2006

Albany -- Darton College students get a look at some of the best art work by their classmates.

The annual Darton College art fair was held in their mall Thursday. Students could view some of the art majors best work this year.

Art is an increasingly popular major at Darton, almost doubling in students in the last six years.

Freshman Sarah McClain says it's exciting to put your work in the art fair. McClain said "It's really nice to see people who don't actually get their art work out there, to have some people come and look at their artwork, and see the smiles on their face when they see their artwork."

Darton faculty and staff will display their artwork at the Wetherbee Library until the 21st, to show off more of the College's artistic talents.

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