Ladies Hall was completed in 1891 and served as the college_s women_s dorm before Kresge was built. In 1908, it was remodeled and renamed Mary Berry in memory of Simpson student and daughter of former president Thomas S. Berry who passed away in 1902. It currently houses the English, History, Philosophy Political Science, Religion, Psychology and World Language Departments. The lower level has classrooms and offices. The second floor contains classrooms and faculty offices. The third floor has more offices and the Farnham Art Gallery, which displays visiting art exhibits as well as the work of Simpson art students.
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I enjoyed the exhibit very much, the installation particularly. The unique approach used to create and share his art is precise, and very thoughtful. I appreciate his work, especially when considering the amount of work and time involved. Great exhibit!
Audrey Brown was thoroughly enjoying to observe and interact with. Her naturalistic style is rendered beautifully. I felt that she was very engaging and enthusiastic.
I enjoyed the reception. His work with the dark atmosphere of the jazz and blues scene were particularly interesting to me. The emphasis on light and shadow that borders on ground confusion is illustrated very well.
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