Student Art Exhibition in the gallery corridor adjacent to Parker Pavilion beginning today, Wednesday, May 4th. An opening reception will be held from 4:30-6:00 p.m. in Parker Pavilion.
Master's of Social Work student Nancy Carroll '11 will present an exhibit entitled 'Visions of Health'. The display exhibits clay tile works and reflective statements by members of the Westbrook College of Health Professions and College of Pharmacy community representing their creative vision of health. The tiles show that health is not merely the absence of disease, but is comprised of a wide variety of individual, community and earth elements. In addition to being a graduate student, Nancy is an accomplished local artist with a studio in Westbrook offering classes and featuring her works. http://www.degj.com/beantree/index.html
Additionally, Donna Flynn, also a Master's of Social Work Student '11 will present a modified display of her current exhibit at the Lewiston/Auburn Community Arts Gallery entitled "Downtown Girls: A Reflection of Community". As part of her internship experience, Donna has been working with a group of 5-6 girls who are regular participants in an after-school tutoring program for refugee children teaching them how to capture images with a camera that help convey what their lives are like in Lewiston. http://www.laarts.org/ We hope you will join us on Wednesday evening for the open reception or to just stop by and see the works of our talented students. The exhibit will remain through May.