Despite their physical distance apart, a mother and daughter were brought closer together through their photography collaboration, resulting in the "30 Minutes" exhibit.
Mother Janet McDonald, in the rural mill town of Putnam, Connecticut, and her daughter Hannah Richman ’16, in Massachusetts's most population dense city, Somerville, wanted to capture photographs within a strict 30-minute walk from their homes. The photos encompass their everyday lives with a reinvigorated sense of wonder and beauty.
This exhibit showcases the singular vision of two women who are divided by a generation, population, and opposite landscapes. While they may be taking their walks 70 miles apart, a closer look reveals that they are closer than they first realized.
April 17, 5-7 p.m., Sherrill Library Atrium.
Talk with the artist and enjoy light refreshments.