Titled Sustenance - By art, I am nourished; Through art, I endure, the show filled the two floors of the Lawrence House with the creative works of Lambton's Digital Photography students, as well as student work from Ceramics, Culinary Management, Drawing, and Creative Writing.
At the opening night event, attendees were greeted by amazing entertainment, food and drink. It was a packed house of proud students, family, faculty and dignitaries. Sarnia's Mayor Mike Bradley and Lambton College President Judy Morris were active participants in the evening, speaking to the guests and playing key roles in selecting winning art.
This special night really kicks off the school year for our "arts" students. It is an exciting event to have their work showcased at such a gathering.
Many, many thanks to all involved, but special kudos to the real leader of the concept: Lois Nantais
|Live music added to the atmosphere at the Arts Collective opening gala.|
|The ever supportive Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley once again attended the opening Gala and engaged in some conversation.|
|Faculty member Dave Chidley chats with guests as organizer Lois Nantais smiles for the camera.|
|Student Siayn Neko Guo smiles from the crowd viewing the Digital Photography entries on the walls of The Lawrence House.|
|Digital Photography Coordinator Richard Beland looks proud of the students' accomplishments as he enjoys the opening night gala.|
|Faculty Dave Chidley enjoys speaking on behalf of the program at the opening gala.|
|Lambton College President Judy Morris presents the|
"2015 Lawrence House President's Choice Award" to Andrea Ochoa-Pineda
|Andrea Ochoa-Pineda's winning image entitled, "Joe's Simplicity"|
|Andrea Ochoa-Pineda's poses with her winning image|