Teaching art remotely

To a casual passerby, Greenfield Community College’s intimate gallery space can easily be overlooked. It’s situated near the campus’ police department, at the end of a long corridor in a newer section of the Main Building, along which is situated the offices of the bursar and registrar.

But there’s more to it than meets the eye.

Physically, the gallery is removed from the ebb-and-flow of the Greenfield college’s student body; its quiet atmosphere invites viewers to linger and contemplate in front of each curated work. From the hallway, a half-staircase leads up to a three-walled gallery space, which, during the semester, […]

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