Keystone College to Feature Faculty Art Exhibit
La Plume –The Linder Gallery at Keystone College will present a series of art events beginning in February and lasting through April.
A Faculty Art Exhibition will be open to the public from February 25 through April 19, with an opening reception on Sunday, March 24 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in the Linder Gallery. The faculty members will explain their artwork in a panel discussion on Thursday, March 21 from 4-6 p.m. at the Theatre in Brooks.
The Linder Gallery will present the Faculty Art Exhibition and will include a diverse collection of works from 18 Keystone College faculty members. The exhibition will include a mix of paintings, photography, sculptures, graphic design, ceramics, glass pieces, installations, and mixed media. The faculty members will talk about the exhibition in a panel discussion and will give short presentations on their own works at the Theatre in Brooks. The Faculty Art Exhibition and panel discussion will be free of charge and open to the public.
Keystone faculty represented in the exhibition include: Beth Burkhauser, Sarrah Dibble Camburn, Drake Gomez, Frank Goryl, James Harmon, Katie Hovencamp, Michael Lamaster, Modi Li, Judith Lynn Keats, Thomas Murray, David W. Porter, Cliff Prokop, Gina Rice, Ward Roe, Lori Ryan, Brandon Smith, Michael Swanson and Sally Tosti.
The Linder Gallery, located on the first floor of the Miller Library features rotating exhibits by prominent local, national, and international artists. Gallery exhibits showcase work in all media. Most artists exhibiting in the gallery visit the campus to speak about their art and meet with students. The Linder Gallery is also the site of the fine arts juried student exhibitions, held at the end of each fall and spring semester.