Talbot County Free Library- Easton Library invites the community to stop by and take a look at the Easton High School Interactive Media Art exhibition that will be at the meeting room until September 16th, 2023.
This is the eighth year that the library has partnered with Talbot County Public Schools to provide the community with student artwork. This year’s exhibition features the talent of 23 students, including: Aviyah Durante: Sushi; David Rogers: Tiger; Ayari Granados Martinez: Two girls photo; Blake Newton: Green Day Poster; Joseph Lavezzo: Man overlooking water; Cheyenne Branham: Penguin Poster; Ja Shiya Copper: SOS Tour Poster; Kennedy Hussnatter: Mountain Landscape; Garrett Fink: Baseball Picture; Sam Nobel: Tree frog; Bree Stevens: River Landscape; Lavinia Tindall: Woman with Mountain Landscape; Sam Rogers: Snowy Mountain Landscape; Matthew Byers: Sailfish; Emilinda Perez: California Poster; Sofia Stecher: Arches Landscape; Olivia Wise: Vietnam Poster; David Rogers: Hockey Player; Johanna Herrea Hernandez: Abstract Chicken; Cristian Sandoval: Bad Bunny Portrait; Madelyn Finch: Surf Picture; Brady Tipton: Year of the Rabbit; and Avery Andrews: Girl Character Design.
“We are proud to be the location where high school students can display their work because it is a wonderful opportunity for the community to see how hard the students have worked throughout the year. Our special thanks also to Melissa Richardson, Interactive Multimedia Teacher at Easton High School, who organized and installed the exhibition.” said Talbot County Free Library Assistant Director Scotti Oliver. “We hope to continue to carry this important partnership with Talbot County Public Schools and its talented students.”
All library programs are free and open to the public, and no registration is required. For more information, visit www.tcfl.org
About Talbot County Free Library
It is the mission of the Talbot County Free Library to enrich and renew the lives of the people it serves. There are two locations: The main library in Easton is located at 100 W. Dover St.; and the St. Michael branch is at 106 Fremont St. The Maryland Room in the Easton branch holds a voluminous collection of genealogical resources and historical documents. Services at both locations include the circulation of books, DVDs, and digital devices, as well as free Wi-Fi, public computers, exhibits, and programs for both children and adults. Many of the Talbot County Free Library’s programs are made possible by the generous support of the local community. For more information, please visit www.tcfl.org. Be sure to like the library on Facebook and follow us on Instagram @Talbotcountyfreelibrary.