Drury Gallery

A wing of Whittemore Theater, the Drury Gallery was designed by architectural sculptor Michael Singer while he was Marlboro’s visiting artist. Installations by Marlboro students and faculty and a wide range of national and international artists fill the Drury each year. It also serves as a visually compelling space for lectures and literary readings.

The Drury Gallery is open from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday through Friday while the college is in session. For more information, call 802-257-4333.

Recently in the Drury Gallery

Born of the Sea

Group Art Show

In September 2015, the Drury Gallery presented Born of the Sea, a new body of work by artists Mari Hannah Jones, Miriam Mallalieu, Liam McLaughlin, and Caitlin Harder '09. The artists met at the Cyprus College of Art, on an island where ancient culture and mythology still resound within a modern society. Initially inspired by Cyprus’ Cult of Aphrodite, the four began to collaborate on an interwoven series of studies and responses. The project expanded into a collection of work exploring themes of environment, community, value, and the human experience. Work on display included sculptural and video installation, mixed media, and poetry.