Jerry Granaman started taking photographs in the mid 70s with a used camera and a roll of black and white film. It was love at first sight when the film was developed. Photography is a hobby that he never tires of, as there is always something new to learn and ways to improve his work. Twenty years ago, he walked into the French Quarter in New Orleans and another love affair started—this time with a city. Combining the two worked out well, as he was able to enjoy the many wonders of New Orleans while working on his photography skills. To this day, he attempts to build a photographic record to convey the passion and love he has for New Orleans, the French Quarter, and the artistic, Bohemian, and Caribbean influenced lifestyles the city offers.
When Worlds Collide
October 17 - November 18
An American surrealist painter living in the state of Iowa, Henry’s work addresses social and political issues, documenting events and ideas through paint and brush. His work has been featured in art publications such Manhattan Arts, Surreal Magazine, and New Art Examiner. He has exhibited throughout the country with works in permanent collections of major corporations and private collections around the world including Ireland, France, England, Brazil, South Korea, and Holland.
Opening reception 5-7pm Friday, October 20. See you in the gallery!
The Monmouth College Department of Theatre, in partnership with the Buchanan Center for the Arts, presents the family holiday comedy, Saving Toyland. Adapted from Victor Herbert’s Babes in Toyland, this knockabout comedy features dancing, sight gags, and zany nursery rhyme characters.
7:30pm November 16-18
2pm November 19
Wells Theater, Monmouth College
Tickets are available at the Buchanan Center for the Arts or online www.monmouthcollege.edu/box-office.