Constitutional Art Collection to be Shown at WSU

OGDEN, Utah – Weber State University will host the first public appearance of artist Chad S. Hawkins' collection of five pieces of art featuring the U. S. Constitution at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 21 in the Lindquist Alumni Center.

Hawkins, a WSU alumnus, will present "A Rising Sun, The Miracle of the Constitution," which was commissioned by the Salt Lake City-based law firm of Siegfried & Jensen. Hawkins' presentation is part of the WSU Alumni Association's Classes Without Quizzes series.

Hawkins has sold more than a million reproductions of art as well as having authored and illustrated three books. He currently resides in Layton, Utah.
The event is free to the public; however, seating is limited. For reservations, call Yvonne at 801-626-7535.

The Classes Without Quizzes series offers lectures and activities for the community that are both entertaining and educational. Future topics include:
Oct. 26 – CSI at WSU – Real Crime Scenes with Dr. Kay Gillespie and the Weber Metro CSI team

Nov. 3 – Dr. Dan Litchford – Developing the BIONIC Attitude-Believe it or Not I Care!

Nov. 9 – Etiquette Dinner – The What, When and How To of Dining Graciously

Jan. 18, 2005 – New Strategies to Prevent Identity Theft

For more details about any of these events, visit alumni.weber.org or call 801-626-7535.

Contact:

Lynell Gardner, Director of WSU Alumni Relations

801-626-7535 · llgardner@weber.edu

Author:
Travis Clemens, office of Media Relations
801-626-7212 · tclemens@weber.edu