Friday, November 8, 2013

Lambton College Arts Collective Show

Lambton Digital Photography students and their work are being featured in the College Arts Collective show at the historic Lawrence House gallery in downtown Sarnia.  

For the month of November, the Lawrence House is showcasing artwork from students and faculty from the Digital Photography Program, Special Interest Photography, Ceramics, Watercolour, and Drawing.  Winners from the College’s brand new Permanent Art Collection Competition are featured.

Hundreds of guests attended an invite-only Gala opening on October 30th and the exhibit opened to the public on First Friday, November 1st.  

The Arts Collective show and the two openings have been a great success and plans are in the works to make this an annual event.  The gallery at Lawrence House is open Wednesday through Friday 11:00 am – 6:00 pm, and Saturday and Sunday 11:00 am – 4:00 pm. 

The images produced by the Digital Photography students look fantastic in the gallery and the everyone involved did themselves proud.

Thanks to everyone involved in the project!   

-photos by Natalie Bravo

Viewing student work at the Lawrence House gallery.

First-year student Alawode "Bisi" Oluwasegun, second-year student Angela Smolders and Program Co-ordinator Richard Beland

Faculty David Chidley (left) and Richard Beland (right) listen to Sarnia Mayor and competition judge Mike Bradley 

Lambton Digital Photography second-year students and faculty in attendance at the Gala Opening at Lawrence House

Permanent Arts Collections Contest category winners
 l-r Lorraine Kraayenbrink, Sarah Di Donato and Spencer  Drake with their awards including the Best in Show award for Sarah Di Donato


  1. So good to know about Lambton College Arts Collective Show. I am pleased with the details. Anyways, I too had hosted an art themed graduation party for my son and had booked a beautiful event space San Francisco for that. It was such amazing bash.


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