Student Artwork on Exhibit

A number of talented Kennedy Catholic student artists have their work displayed at the Garrison Art Center’s current SITE exhibition, which will run from March 6-14, 2021.

According to their website, the School Invitational Theme Exhibition (SITE) is a school-based outreach program that encourages teachers to engage their students in a theme-based project to be exhibited in the Riverside Galleries at the Art Center. Their goal is to encourage students to experience cross-curriculum learning while supporting artistic confidence by allowing them to exhibit their work in a gallery setting.

This exhibition is called “Let’s Get Elemental!” in which student artists explore the seven most common elements of art which include line, shape, texture, form, space, color, and value.

The gallery is featuring work from several ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade Kennedy Catholic student-artists.

The exhibition features work from a number of our student artists: Briana Araujo, Nicole Benros, Samantha Falco, Maia Forssman, Dan Caracappa, Valeria Acierno, Abigail Caridi, Sophia Frantzeskos, Grace Dillon, Julia Apap, Maggie Gordineer, Gabriela Beyrer, Jinseo Lee, Skye McGovern, and Elissa Romero

While many annual exhibitions have been postponed or cancelled due to COVID, these members of our art program are enthused and grateful for the opportunity to display their work.

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