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Arts Engagement and the Dowling Student exhibition at the Anthony Giordano Gallery

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Arts Engagement and the Dowling Student exhibition, co-sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Art Club, at the Anthony Giordano Gallery Dec. 2-13

The Department of Visual Arts, Graphic Design, and Digital Arts is pleased to announce a special exhibition entitled Arts Engagement and the Dowling Student, co-sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Art Club. The exhibition will be held at the Anthony Giordano Gallery, with an auxiliary location in the Visual Arts Display Case in Fortunoff Hall, beginning on December 2 through December 13. Arts Engagement features work by 34 Dowling students inspired by the NEA-supported event Sculptural Interactions @ Idle Hour: Site-Specific Installations on the Grounds of Dowling College curated by Dr. Stephen Lamia and Prof. Loretta Corbisiero. Works were selected from the classes of Dr. Stephen Lamia, Prof. Jennifer Formica and Prof. Patricia Hubbard-Ragette, who all worked with the students during the creative process. The exhibition was co-curated by Dr. Mary Abell; Prof. Loretta Corbisiero; and Ms. Erin Miller, student intern and President of the Art Club. Congratulations to the following students whose works were chosen for this exhibition: Chrisann Anderson, Mike Jean Baptiste, Isaiah Bethea, Cassandra Castano, Shan Shan Chen, Samantha Collazo, Jonathan Scott Defelice, Rabia Dogan, Amanda Fichter, Jeniere Gallishau, Roberto Gomez, David Hadnagy, Angela Harvatin, Alexander Hays, Maria Karakasheva, Teresa Langone, Bernadette Leto-Wisniski, Delia Lewis, Jeannine Lombardo, Jincheng Li, Kerrilyn Mcdonald, Stephani Mejia, Joey Mensel, Juan Morel, Giovanni Palmer, Fei Qian, Antonino Quintalino, Fei Qian, Analise Rivera, Tania Rosario, Mayra Scanlon, Marisa Schoeps, Jenna Stevenson, Kim Wastiewiz, Keiana Worrell.

The public is invited to a special reception for the artists to be held on the closing date, December 13, from 1:00-3:00 pm.

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