It was a night of the arts, the OUMA Night was dedicated for showcasing student talents at Oglethorpe University Museum of Art last Wednesday.
The event contained an art display for sale and for display of many different varieties. Abstract paintings were a major feature making a big part of the total paintings on display. There was a little shop of paintings for sale, all made by local artists.
Photography of city and landscapes and of people were also for sale. There was also a drawing gallery
where two models would pose in the middle of a circle of artists, who would then proceed to draw them. The models would move around after a while and reposition themselves in new artistic poses.
There were several performances that ran from 9:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. These included music and dance from performers like the band Nicer, Keegan Stormberg, Rebecca Ricard and Jeremy Cooper.
OUMA nights reached its objective towards creating a fun night showcasing student art talents. Those in charge of its organization, Abbi Argo and Taylor Roberts, hope that OUMA nights becomes an annual event on campus due to its success this year.