The 16th annual public reading of ‘The Trillium’ was hosted at The Pioneer Stage in Glenville spurring creativity in the community.
on Wednesday night, the event featured readers, including those who submitted work for the Trillium, which is a literary and visual arts publication of the colleges department of language and literature. Also, there was an open mic for anyone who would like to participate in the readings.
The purpose of the event and the reading was to spread and celebrate creativity across the college campus and throughout the rest of the community. Attendees were able to enjoy art, poetry, literature and music.
“It’s Gleville State College’s showcase, and so its the chance for students, faculty, and anyone in the creative community to showcase their visual work, poetry, and short fiction,” said Jonathan Minton, Associate Professor of English at Glenville State College.
There will be an art exhibit Thursday featuring The Trillium at Pioneer Stage showcasing and featuring student research and creative works.