PAINTEPainter, Margot Trout will give a lecture on Thursday, March 13, 2003 in Bixler Building, Rm. 154 at 4:30 p.m. Margot Trout was born in Waterbury, Connecticut. She was educated at the Rhode Island School of Design where she received a BFA in painting and was first in her class. She holds an MA in art education from Hunter College of the City University of New Hampshire, Holyoke Community College, Smith College, Maine College of Art and Mount Holyoke College. In 1994 she started her own school in Great Barrington and taught there for three years. Since 1997 she has been painting full time. Ms. Trout’s work has been exhibited widely in Maine, Massachusetts and New York with work represented in collections across the country. Since moving to the Berkshires her work has been exhibited at the Berkshire Art Gallery, Ute Stebich Gallery and presently at the Lenox Gallery of Fine Arts.
Margo Trout’s lecture, which is sponsored by the Colby College Art Department and the Arts Lecture Fund, is open to the public without charge.