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Lecture, Reception Mark Continuation of Gallery Exhibit

Steven Brower
Steven Brower
Projected images enhance an informative lecture by Brower, held in the SASC conference room ...
Projected images enhance an informative lecture by Brower, held in the SASC conference room …
... just across Hagan Way from a companion exhibit on the third floor of Madigan Library.
… just across Hagan Way from a companion exhibit on the third floor of Madigan Library.
His interest raised, a patron lowers his cellphone to get a photo in the college gallery.
His interest raised, a patron lowers his cellphone to get a photo in the college gallery.

The Penn College community attended a graphic design lecture and reception for a poster exhibit on Wednesday. The lecture, delivered by Steven Brower – an award-winning graphic designer, author and educator – was in the Student & Administrative Services Center’s first-floor presentation room. Among Brower’s works are books on legendary musicians Louis Armstrong and Woody Guthrie. The reception for the National Poster Retrospecticus followed in The Gallery at Penn College. The display of 100 posters, which runs through Oct. 11, includes pieces by nationally recognized artists as well as a collection of posters created by Penn College graphic design alumni (when they were students).
Photos by Tia G. La, student photographer

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