Jackson Hall Student Art Gallery

The hallway of Jackson Hall is now a gallery, displaying paintings, sculptures, photography, and other art created by students in the current semester.

 

“Our art students love to have people see their work,” says Jeff Morton, professor of art, who notes that the gallery in the library is used mostly for professional exhibits. Eventually, he would like to see this student gallery formalized, with customized lighting and presentation, but for now “the intent is just to have a space where students can share their newest pieces.”

 

The gallery is open to the public, and the art on display will change throughout the semester.

 

 

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