Tom Hanks visited Lafayette College to give an informal talk with friend and author, Don Miller, and president of the Lafayette College, Alison Byerly. Tom talked about the notable roles and experiences he’s had working in the film industry, notably films set during World War 2. Miller, a WW2 historian, has collaborated with Tom on many occasions, including the HBO miniseries The Pacific, and Masters of the Air, which is based on Miller’s bestselling book.
Over the weekend I visited the Art of the State juried exhibition in Harrisburg, PA. My piece “Dream #1” was accepted into the show, marking the second year my work has been selected, the first being in 2010. I’ve included larger images of both accepted photographs below.
The exhibit is held at The State Museum of Pennsylvania, and was the 48th year the annual event took place. Submissions were open to all PA residents, and the categories included: Painting, Craft, Work on Paper, Photography and Sculpture. If you would like to check out the exhibit, it’s up until September 13, 2015. Here’s a shot of me next to my work (thanks to Kenny Luck for snapping the shot) as well as a larger version, and the piece that was accepted for the 2010 exhibition.
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