Several Emerson faculty and staff members with a creative side have their artwork on display near President Lee Pelton’s office in the Ansin Building.
Associate Professor Daniel Gaucher, of Visual and Media Arts, with his work, “Maine Lake,” outside President Lee Pelton's Office. (Photo by Rhea Becker)
A reception was held April 2 as the Emersonians showcased their work, which will be on display for one year.
The purpose of the art showcase is to promote a sense of all-inclusiveness, collaboration, and openness within the Emerson community, as well as to celebrate and display artistic abilities of faculty and staff members.
VMA Professor Lauren Shaw and Anne Shaughnessy, director of the Office of the President, at the faculty artwork reception on April 2. (Photo by Rhea Becker)
The artists are Jan Roberts-Breslin, Rob Todd, L. Marc Fields, William Orem, Paul Turano, Charles McCarry, Brooke Knight, Pierre Archambault, Lauren Shaw, Indira Ganesan, Regge Life, David Kelleher, Craig Freeman, Bill DeWolf, Richard Gilman, Adam Greenfield, Daniel Gaucher, Diane Pontius, Rob Sabal, John Rodzvilla, and David Akiba.
VMA interim chair Brooke Knight with his photographic work, “100 Birds,” outside President Lee Pelton's Office. (Photo by Rhea Becker)