EASTON — The Talbot County Free Library and the Easton High School Interactive Media Production Career and Technology Pathway are showcasing student animations, films, illustrations and design work.

The artwork is on display now through Dec. 30 at Talbot County Free Library, 100 W. Dover St., Easton.

This is the fourth year the library has partnered with Easton High School to host an exhibition of student work from the Interactive Media Pathway, which focuses on the skills of graphic design, illustration, film, animation and web media.

This year’s showcase features the diverse talents of the 13 students who completed the rigorous Interactive Media Pathway this year: Katelyn Allen, Brianna Friedman, David Gardner, Julia Hammons, Nicholas Hanes, Matthew Herron, Riley Jones, Natalie Joseph, Gary Magill, Analee Maldonado Cruz, Galen Marquess, Sarah Mooney and Toni’sia Seth.

Much of the work on display was created during the challenge of the 2020 spring semester, and is a testament to the student’s dedication, resiliency and creative spirit.

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