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Out & About: Seton Hill Art Center in Greensburg gives tour of new gallery

| Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016, 9:00 p.m.
PATRON OF THE ARTS: Molly Robb Shimko, (L), Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Seton Hill University, talks with Martha Hunter, of Derry Township, in the art gallery named for her daughter, donor, Jodee L. Harris, of Derry Township, during an tour held at the Seton Hill Art Center art gallery on Tuesday afternoon, January 26, 2016.
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PATRON OF THE ARTS: Molly Robb Shimko, (L), Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Seton Hill University, talks with Martha Hunter, of Derry Township, in the art gallery named for her daughter, donor, Jodee L. Harris, of Derry Township, during an tour held at the Seton Hill Art Center art gallery on Tuesday afternoon, January 26, 2016.
PATRON OF THE ARTS: (from left), Curt Scheib, Chair of the Division of Visual and Performing Arts, Seton Hill University, and Mary Finger, President, Seton Hill University, join donor, Jodee L. Harris, of Derry Township, outside of the art gallery named for Harris, during a tour held at the Seton Hill Art Center art gallery on Tuesday afternoon, January 26, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | for TRIB TOTAL MEDIA
PATRON OF THE ARTS: (from left), Curt Scheib, Chair of the Division of Visual and Performing Arts, Seton Hill University, and Mary Finger, President, Seton Hill University, join donor, Jodee L. Harris, of Derry Township, outside of the art gallery named for Harris, during a tour held at the Seton Hill Art Center art gallery on Tuesday afternoon, January 26, 2016.
PATRON OF THE ARTS: (from left), Mary Finger, President, Seton Hill University, joins donor, Jodee L. Harris, of Derry Township, inside of the art gallery named for Harris, during a tour held at the Seton Hill Art Center art gallery on Tuesday afternoon, January 26, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | for TRIB TOTAL MEDIA
PATRON OF THE ARTS: (from left), Mary Finger, President, Seton Hill University, joins donor, Jodee L. Harris, of Derry Township, inside of the art gallery named for Harris, during a tour held at the Seton Hill Art Center art gallery on Tuesday afternoon, January 26, 2016.
PATRON OF THE ARTS: Seton Hill University donor, Jodee L. Harris, (center), of Derry Township, is joined by her mother, Martha Hunter, (L), of Derry Township, and her husband, Michael Broglio, of Derry Township, for a photo at the art gallery named for Harris, during a tour held at the Seton Hill Art Center art gallery on Tuesday afternoon, January 26, 2016. Harris is a 1992 Seton Hill College alumna, whose major was in visual arts management. When asked about her donation to Seton Hill University, Harris replied, 'I wanted to give back to the people that gave to me for all these years.'
Kim Stepinsky | for TRIB TOTAL MEDIA
PATRON OF THE ARTS: Seton Hill University donor, Jodee L. Harris, (center), of Derry Township, is joined by her mother, Martha Hunter, (L), of Derry Township, and her husband, Michael Broglio, of Derry Township, for a photo at the art gallery named for Harris, during a tour held at the Seton Hill Art Center art gallery on Tuesday afternoon, January 26, 2016. Harris is a 1992 Seton Hill College alumna, whose major was in visual arts management. When asked about her donation to Seton Hill University, Harris replied, 'I wanted to give back to the people that gave to me for all these years.'
PATRON OF THE ARTS: (from left), Mary Finger, President, Seton Hill University, joins donor, Jodee L. Harris, of Derry Township, for a photo inside of the art gallery named for Harris, during a tour held at the Seton Hill Art Center art gallery on Tuesday afternoon, January 26, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | for TRIB TOTAL MEDIA
PATRON OF THE ARTS: (from left), Mary Finger, President, Seton Hill University, joins donor, Jodee L. Harris, of Derry Township, for a photo inside of the art gallery named for Harris, during a tour held at the Seton Hill Art Center art gallery on Tuesday afternoon, January 26, 2016.
PATRON OF THE ARTS: Lisa Carino, (L), Director of Major Gifts, Seton Hill University, talks with Michael Broglio, of Derry Township, in the art gallery named for his wife, donor, Jodee L. Harris, (not shown), during a tour held at the Seton Hill Art Center art gallery on Tuesday afternoon, January 26, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | for TRIB TOTAL MEDIA
PATRON OF THE ARTS: Lisa Carino, (L), Director of Major Gifts, Seton Hill University, talks with Michael Broglio, of Derry Township, in the art gallery named for his wife, donor, Jodee L. Harris, (not shown), during a tour held at the Seton Hill Art Center art gallery on Tuesday afternoon, January 26, 2016.

A tour of the new Seton Hill Art Center gallery was offered Jan. 26, 2016.

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