In addition to the numerous presentations and posters showing today in Bi Hall, the Department of Studio Art as well as the Architecture Department also had impressive displays and talks in the Johnson Memorial Building. The works of various student artists and various art classes were on display. The seniors of the Architecture Department also presented their senior works which consisting of designing a religious space for a major world religion to theoretically be built here in Middlebury.
One of the most interesting exhibits of the day in my opinion were those of the ART 309 class titled “Re-imagining the Landscape”. The works shown displayed a complete image-making cycle, consisting of drawings, oil paint, glass, and photography. The scenes were taken from the Middlebury campus, such as this beautiful cycle depicting an Adirondack chair and part of Old Stone Row.