C-Street Gallery opens “Study Abroad: The Student View” exhibit Friday

“Through the Aventine Keyhole” by Jessica Rockafellow, taken in Rome.

SPRINGFIELD, Mo., Oct. 4, 2017 — The photography exhibition “Study Abroad: The Student View” opens Friday at the Drury on C-Street Art Gallery with a reception from 5-8 p.m.

This marks the second installment of what has become an annual exhibition featuring photographs taken by Drury students who have studied abroad over the past academic year. This year’s gallery represents 16 different students bringing photographs from around the world.

The gallery will be open throughout the month of October and all student prints on display will be available for purchase through silent auction. Bids start at $15 and proceeds from the auction go to study abroad scholarships.

The Drury on C-Street Gallery is also hosting Enactus students who are raising money to support the Woman’s Skill Training Center at the Tribal School of the Hem Sheela Model School in Durgapur, India. A wide variety of beautiful items created by women in the training center will be available for purchase during the exhibition’s opening reception.

Untitled photo by Hannah Ogden, taken in Switzerland.

Gallery viewing hours after the reception will be 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Fridays, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. The gallery will be closed during Drury’s Fall Break, October 19 to 22.

For more information, call (417) 873-6337 or visit Drury on C-Street’s Facebook page at

About Drury on C-Street

The Drury on C-Street Project is an initiative by Drury University, in partnership with other local organizations, to establish a Drury Center on Commercial Street. This center includes an art gallery, a business resource center, and the weaving studio. The Drury on C-Street Gallery is a professional, student-run gallery featuring emerging and established artists. Drury University’s Drury on C-Street Gallery provides arts administration majors the experience of promoting the work of local artists. The gallery connects the community to new and relevant art in an accessible and welcoming environment.


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