Interior Designs and Ceramics Star in FORM Gallery Shows

by Madison Mento ‘21

Welcome Home by DaisyMae VanValkenburgh ’19, and Jarrón by Adriana Medina ’20 are the featured shows in the FORM Gallery through April 26. VanValkenburgh, who is serving as the head of FORM this academic year, is displaying art that shows off her eye for interior design, while Medina has selected seven large ceramics pieces to exhibit.

Category - School of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts

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