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See exhibits online at Morlan Gallery Web page

Transylvania’s website, www.transy.edu, is a great resource for information about the college, and new pages are added frequently to keep the community up-to-date on campus and alumni activities. You may not know that Morlan Gallery has a page on the site; it has a wealth of information about exhibits that are presented at the gallery.

Morlan gallery webpageThe exhibitions page tells not only what exhibits are currently in Morlan Gallery, but it shows photos of some of the artwork so that even those outside the area can view some of the amazing paintings, sculptures, ceramics, photos, and more that come to the gallery. Visitors can also look at archives of past exhibitions to check out what they may have missed. There are currently 28 past and current exhibitions on display on the website.

For those who may be visiting the campus in the future, there is a calendar of exhibits posted for each school year. The calendar is updated each academic year. Can’t remember which exhibit you saw last time you were here? The calendars are also archived for reference.

The community outreach page outlines some of the efforts that Morlan Gallery is making to be involved in the downtown Lexington community. Past projects have included the Empty Bowls Project, which raised money to feed the hungry in Lexington, and North Limestone Gathers, an exhibit that displayed interesting collections, objects, and stories from the neighborhoods around Transy’s campus.

For more information, questions, or to view some of the exhibitions that have been on display at Morlan Gallery in recent years, visit www.transy.edu/morlan/index.htm, or contact Andrea Fisher, Morlan Gallery director, at (859) 233-8142.

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