2012 Stacy M. Israel Art, Architecture & Design Student Exhibition
The 2012 Stacy M. Israel Art, Architecture & Design Student Exhibition will open on Wednesday, May 2. The sprawling exhibition includes artworks in drawing, painting, ceramics, color, photography, sculpture, architecture, interior design, graphic design and Web design. Works from the fine arts and studio arts areas are on display in the NCC Art Gallery and along the Art corridor of the East Campus. Architecture, interior design, graphic design and Web design works are on display in the West Campus Community Gallery, and along the Architecture corridor of the West Campus.
This year’s winning poster was designed by graphic design student Phillip Harris. The opening reception will be held on May 2 from 12:30–1:30 pm. Awards and presentations will begin at 12:30 pm. The show closes May 18, 2012.
The NCC Art Gallery hours are Monday–Thursday 9:00 am–9:00 pm, Friday and Saturday 9:00 am–5:00 pm, closed on Sunday. For further information contact Susan Hardesty, Director of the NCC Art Gallery, at email@example.com or 857-7197.
The 2012 Stacy M. Israel Art, Architecture & Design Student Exhibition is sponsored by a gift from the A. C. Israel Foundation in memory of Stacy Israel.
Works line the walls of the NCC Art Gallery, the Art wing, and the West Campus Community Gallery for the 2012 NCC Stacy M. Israel Student Art, Architecture, and Design Exhibition
Professor Ken Lalli with SAADE poster design finalist Maria Almazan, and winner Phillip Harris
Professor Joe Fucigna with Best in Show Award winners Kevin Allen, Matthew Hood, Johanna Loerracher and Linda Bartlett
Best in Show Award winners Johanna Loerracher and Kevin Allen
Best in Show Award winners Linda Bartlett and Matthew Hood
Professor Jacek Bigosinski with Architecture Academic Excellence award-winning students Carolyn Alanano, Sigrid Richards, Kathy Rivera, Christina Mitchell, Pauline Brody, Viviana Velasquez and Philip Libby
Professor John Alvord with Graphic Design Academic Excellence award-winning students Johanna Loerracher, Angela Bergamini, Tetyana Hoherchak, Stacey Petzold, and Tetyana Serafin