Potash Hill

Student Art

Left page, clockwise from top left> For her Plan show titled Celluloid Memory: Trials in Materialist Film, Eve Moeykens-Arballo ’17 manipulated Super 8, such as by treating the film with menstrual blood. | In an exhibit titled Remnant, Sterling Trail ’17 exhibited drawings and sculptures in metal and ceramics evoking some post-apocalyptic aesthetic. | In a November Plan show titled Medicated, Kelsey Gately ’17 exhibited photographs and sculptures examining issues of self in regard to health and chronic illness. | Nellie Booth ’17 illustrated a sequential art fiction piece reflecting spotted hyena behavior, based on study and her own field sketches and observations traveling in Kenya. 

Right page, clockwise from top left> In his Plan show, Paul Shin-Loewy ’17 investigated multicultural identity, societal values, and aesthetics of public art, from muralism to wall writing. | Grigoriy Molchanov ’17 exhibited paintings and photographs in the Snyder Center for the Visual Arts, part of his Plan exploring memory as a conceptual framework. | Connor Linden exhibited his Plan show of multimedia and paintings, titled Unpacking, at the Catherine Dianich Gallery in Brattleboro in May. | Coupled with a live multimedia performance exploring the relationship between travel and personal growth, Lindsay Stevens ’17 presented images of her solo travels in Ireland. | In an exhibit titled Televisual Decay, Ian Grant ’17 explored aesthetics and political content through photography, video art, and installation.