(WEST WINDSOR, NJ) -- Visual Arts students at Mercer County Community College (MCCC) will display their rich and varied talents as the Gallery at Mercer presents its annual “Visual Arts Student Exhibition.” This exhibit, featuring the best works of MCCC students, runs from Monday, March 25 to Thursday, April 25. It is presented free and is open to the public.
MCCC Gallery Director and Curator Alice Thompson notes that the student exhibition is an important element of the continued growth of students studying visual arts. “It’s a departure from the relative safety of the classroom to present one's creative exploration to the public. The ongoing encouragement and support of the MCCC Visual Arts Faculty continues to guide our students along the path to becoming visual arts professionals," she said.
The exhibition includes works by students from a range of Mercer’s Visual Arts programs including Fine Arts, Advertising and Graphic Design, Digital Arts, Photography and Sculpture. Featured artists include Chase Blanchard-Easley of West Windsor, Michele Bouchard of West Windsor, Amaris Brown of Ewing, Christie Ciberey of Hamilton, Max Davis of Pennington, Thelma David of Hamilton, Lord'Kala Dawson of Hamilton, H. Katia De Ruyter of Princeton, Timothy Dill of Bordentown, Megan Dunn of Hamilton, Lynne Faridy of Levittown, Robert Fisher of Allentown, Nathaliyah Fowler of Willingboro, Mary Gilchrist of Hamilton, Steven Godoy of Hamilton, Christa Gonzalez of Pennington, Hadassah Green of Plainsboro, Shea Hazzon of East Windsor, Karen Hodell of Hightstown, Laura Ingraham of Pennington, Aidan James of Franklin Park, Natalie Kinnemon of Pennington, Rachel Kochis of Ewing, Leo LaPlaca of Princeton, Hailey Lippincott of Trenton, Susan Luty of Hightstown, Concetta Maglione of Princeton, Daria Messner of Pennington, Suzanne Migliori of Groveville, Alana Miles of Ewing, Kristen Miller of Lawrenceville, Ramie Idris Nasser-Ahmed of Robbinsville, Shelby Page of Mercerville, Delmi Pazos of Hamilton, John Pietrowski of Ewing, Len Rosenberg of Trenton, Nevin Schleider of Hamilton, Kyle Schoch of Lawrenceville, Joseph Szalecki of Hamilton Square, Alice Thompson of Chesterfield, Anya Watson of Plainsboro, Rena White of Lawrenceville, Madeline Winter of Lawrenceville, Breann Worob of Hamilton, Maria Zapata of Trenton, and Ping Zhong of Lawrenceville.
The community is invited to an Opening Reception on Wednesday, March 27 from 5:00pm to 7:30pm. The Gallery is located on the second floor of the college's Communications Building on the West Windsor Campus, 1200 Old Trenton Road.
Gallery hours are Mondays through Thursdays, 11:00am to 3:00pm, with Wednesday hours extended until 7:00pm. More information about this and other exhibits at the MCCC Gallery is available at www.mccc.edu/gallery. Directions to the campus and a campus map can be found at www.mccc.edu.
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IMAGES SHOWN (TOP) Bookclub," by Natalie Kinnemon of Pennington; (MIDDLE) "Failed Cage," by Steven Godoy of Hamilton; (BOTTOM) "Speed of Light," by Chase Blanchard-Easley of West Windsor