Nan Darham, artist and MALS graduate student, will present her work at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept.18, 2018, in Nearburg Gallery, Black Family Visual Arts Center. Her exhibition will be on display through Oct. 2, 2018.
Pastries and coffee from Lou's Bakery will be provided!
Nan Darham is a graduate student in the MALS program from Bozeman, Montana. Her artwork and stories chronicle the culture, landscape, wildlife and characters that populate her life in the West. Her narrative drawings and paintings have been exhibited in many galleries and museums and are held in private collections including the Federal Reserve Bank, Minneapolis. Her work was on display in the Washington, D.C. offices of Senator Max Baucus for over ten years and published in the New York Times.
Nan Darham has a M.F.A from CalArts and a B.S. from Boston University. Her General Studies concentration at Dartmouth focuses on Creativity and Innovation and Creative Writing. Selected pieces can be seen in the current edition of the MALS literary journal, Clamantis, and The Whitefish Review, edited by MALS graduate Brian Schott.
This event is sponsored by the Leslie Center for the Humanities.