Seniors at Marlboro College will exhibit photographs, paintings, and bodies of work in the Drury Gallery, Whittemore Theater Library and other venues in April as part of their final Plan of Concentration.
“Chaotic Order: Branching Limbs,” is a series of landscape paintings exploring the relationships between color, line and shape by senior Lyndsay Marie Bushey from April 15 through April 19 in Drury Gallery.
Nathan Daker will present a body of work that illustrates and draws images from the poetry of Rumi. It will also contain images which exemplify the rap lyrics from, “The Message,” by Grandmaster Flash and an assortment of images produced throughout Daker’s college experience from April 19 through 24 in the Drury Gallery.
Cris Nicole will show “Un Aspecto de Venezuela,” a presentation in digital photography of environmental portraits of abandoned children living in the Venezuelan hospital where Nicole volunteered in Café Beyond, Brattleboro, from April 23 through May 4.
Jude Coulter-Pultz will present “Moments in Momentum,” an experiment in capturing objects in motion through static drawings and prints from April 26 through May 1 in the Whittemore Theater Lobby. Beau Holder will also present “Computer Graphics and Design” in the Drury Gallery.
From April 29 through May 4, in the Drury Gallery, Aaron Talan Morganstein will exhibit “Communication through Portraiture” photographs exploring the communicative possibilities of portraiture. Albert Carvajal will exhibit drawings.
The Drury Gallery is open Sunday through Friday, 1:00-5:00 p.m. These exhibits are free and open to the public. For more information, contact Elena Sharnoff, Marlboro College Public Affairs Officer, at (802) 251-7644. For cancellation information, please call the Events Hotline: (802) 451-7151.