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Work of Three Landmark College Professors featured in Brattleboro Literary Festival

Posted: Oct 16 2012

Contact: Geoff Burgess 802.387.6768 Email Geoff Burgess

Three pieces are shown as part of a collaborative exhibit of “words” and “video”.

The Center for Digital Art, Write Action and the Brattleboro Literary Festival teamed up again on a collaborative exhibit of “words” and “video.” The event was held on Thursday, Oct 11th at the Center for Digital Art in the Cotton Mill, a center for artists and performance studio space. The featured works were created by several video artists in collaboration with a wide range of professionals including poets and writers. Landmark College Art Professors Humberto Ramirez and Jen Morris and English Professor Lesle Lewis were part of this multi-disciplined effort.

Their featured works included:

  •  "Rhapsode 1" by Emily Anderson of Buffalo, NY, and Jen Morris of Brattleboro
  • “Birthday” by Humberto Ramirez, video by Dharma Ramirez
  • “Chopin” by Lesle Lewis, video by Humberto Ramirez

Read more about the Fine & Performing Arts and English Programs offered at Landmark College and how our unique January Term program fosters learning opportunities for college students. 
 

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