DVC Library exhibits

L.W. Orme

February 6-March 30, 2017

in the DVC library during library hours

Artist Statement:  L.W. Orme is the son of professional actors.  He grew up  in New York City where he attended The Browning School for Boys (Class of ’78).  Mr. Orme attended NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts (1980-84) as a film production major where he studied with Abigail Child and Yvette Biro among others.  After a brief ride  on the Yuppie Express sweeping NYC, Mr. Orme relocated to San Francisco in 1986 where he became involved in the post-punk music scene as a designer, technician and photographer/videographer in addition to some form of regular employment.  Mr. Orme moved to Contra Costa County in the early 90s where he maintains a house he shares with numerous cats.  Mr. Orme is best known to the DVC community as the DSS Mobility Services facilitator and driver.

Art Exhibit by Ali Farzami

The DVC Library hosts a variety of exhibits from art to items of historical interest. These exhibits are created and contributed by students, faculty and community members. The purpose of the exhibits is to broadly and openly communicate ideas, as well as stimulate thought and dialogue in our learning communities. Topics may include art, culture, aesthetics, diversity, literature, history, politics, and current events. We seek to promote student and faculty awareness along with community outreach using library materials, services and library facilities. 

For more information on exhibit proposals, please contact Ruth Sison at rsison@dvc.edu

For more information on the library, please visit Library services.