Graduate Liberal Studies Program student Philip Munroe speaks about his illustrations during the
GLSP's art exhibition and summer reception June 19 at Zilhka
Gallery. Munroe's project is titled "Visualizing Melville's The
Confidence-Man: His Masquerade."
GLSP student William Murray speaks about his monotype
prints and a painting from his project, "A Soul's Search for Meaning."
At right, Karen Anderson, director of the
Graduate Liberal Studies Program, and several guests admire the GLSP
At left, Ryan Lee, web designer and GLSP
alumnus, speaks about his black and white photography project, "Slivers:
The Affected Landscape" to GLSP student Dean Passanesi. Lee's work is pictured in the
Don Logie '68 of Newington, Conn. takes a closer look at Munroe's
symbolic illustrations. Logie has taken GLSP classes since 1994. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett)