Lamson Library Art and Poetry Exhibition through May 14

April 1st, 2010 by Adam

Images: Top: Bailey Whitehill, “Eye for an Eye” photograph

Middle: Tarrah Robillard, “Living Space” oil on canvas

Plymouth, N.H.—The Lamson Library and Learning Commons at Plymouth State University presents Art and Poetry, a third annual exhibition featuring the creative and collaborative efforts of PSU’s Student Exhibitions Committee and PSU Poets and Writers, March 31-May 14.

Student artists have come together to present their visual art works, and poetry inspired by those works. A reception is scheduled at Lamson at 6 p.m. April 7 at which time participants will be able to view the visual art, hear poetry read and meet some of the creators.

Plymouth Poets and Writers is an on-campus writing organization with involvement extending throughout the Plymouth community and beyond.Student visual artists prepare for either BA or BFA degrees in their four-year programs at PSU.

Information about the exhibition is available from Jennifer Green, art librarian at Lamson Library and Learning Commons, (603) 535-2226 or jwgreen@plymouth.edu.

For general information about events at PSU, log on to ThisWeek@PSU. http://thisweek.blogs.plymouth.edu.

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