Turkish Delight! Green Street Photography Exhibition

I will stop writing about Ben Rowland ’08 eventually. Like when he stops doing stuff or something. Ben, stop acheiving. But don’t really.

(I am conflicted as to how creepy I sound when I say things like that, considering I’ve never said a word to Mr. Rowland before, ever. Hi, Ben.)

The Green Street Arts Center presents Ben Rowland: Istanbul, a photography exhibition in the Forest City Gallery (606 Main Street in Middletown, CT). The public art gallery, located in a large storefront window, is visible to pedestrians and also to Main Street drivers. Rowland’s exhibition features 20″ x 30″ images of street life captured during a recent trip to Istanbul, Turkey. The exhibition runs from Friday, April 6 through Friday, May 25. Admission is free.

A reception will take place on Friday, April 6 from 7:30-8 at the Green Street Arts Center, directly preceding the monthly open mic night, Green Speak. The reception is free; admission to open mic is $5.

10 thoughts on “Turkish Delight! Green Street Photography Exhibition

  1. Holly

    wow. you realize that if you pull the stick out of your ass, you’ll feel a lot better.

  2. Anonymous

    So we don’t have to credit press releases? Cool. I can’t wait to write my next paper!

  3. Anonymous

    So we don’t have to credit press releases? Cool. I can’t wait to write my next paper!

  4. Anonymous

    Did you write that yourself or lift it from somewhere else? (which would be plagerism, even though everyone here ignores the honor code)

  5. Anonymous

    Did you write that yourself or lift it from somewhere else? (which would be plagerism, even though everyone here ignores the honor code)

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