Friday, October 1, 2010, 5 PM to 7 PM, The Gaines Group, 107 S. Main St #2, Harrisonburg, Virginia. October First Fridays gallery walk exhibit featuring Photographs by Scott Jost from The Great Valley Road of Virginia: Shenandoah Landscapes from Prehistory to the Present. Book signing with editor Warren Hofstra.
Opening Reception October 4, 2010, 5PM to 7PM, Miller Gallery, Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Virginia. Source and Confluence: Exploring the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. An interpretive exhibit featuring new photographs by Scott Jost from his current sabbatical leave project. The exhibit will be open through November 3.
Through June 25, 2010, Darrin-McHone Gallery, Smith House, 311 South Main St, Harrisonburg, Virginia. Chesapeake Bay Watershed Confluences, new photographs and interpretation from Source and Confluence: Exploring the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
Through August 1, 2010, Bridgewater College Faculty Summer Exhibit, Miller Gallery, Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Virginia.
Scott has been elected to serve as the Arts Council of the Valley's Secretary during a second term on the Council's Board of Directors. As Secretery, he also joins the board's Executive Committee.
On, May 7, Scott presented photographs and a new line of fine art not cards in an exhibit entitled Three Landscapes at Ameriprise Financial Services in Harrisonburg as part of the May First Fridays Downtown gallery walk.
The Great Valley Road of Virginia: Shenandoah Landscapes from Prehistory to the Present, featuring 53 photographs of vernacular architecture and physical geography along the Valley Road (US Rt 11) by contributing photographer Scott Jost was released by the University of Virginia Press on April 28. The book, a history of the Valley Road between the Potomac River at Williamsport, Maryland, and the James River at Buchanon, Virginia, is edited by Karl Raitz (University of Kentucky) and Warren Hofstra (Shenandoah University). Copies are available for purchase by contacting Scott.
Works by Bridgewater College Art Department Faculty artists Betty Calabria, Nan Covert, John Hancock, Michael Hough, Scott Jost, Mary Shira, Darlene Schneck, and Ben Wyrick were featured along with the music of world/folk music group Simple Gifts as part of An evening of Art, Wine and Music to Benefit Courst Square Theater on April 27.
Scott presented work from his current sabbatical leave project, Source and Confluence: Exploring the Chesapeake Bay Watershed at the Shenandoah Regional Studies Seminar at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia, on April 23.
The first exhibit of photographs from Scott's current sabbatical leave project, Source and Confluence: Exploring the Chesapeake Bay Watershed was exhibited at The Gaines Group, Harrisonburg, Virginia, during the April First Fridays Downtown gallery walk.