By: Jillian Zimmer, Follow South Jersey Intern
GALLOWAY, N.J. – Stockton University Art Gallery will feature 37 artist alumnus in the Visual Arts Alumni Triennial Exhibition, now through April 5.
The exhibition is offering a reception to meet the featured artists on Saturday, March 5 from 1-3 p.m.
Kate Ogden, Stockton Professor of Art History, as creator of the exhibition has selected 103 pieces of art including drawings, paintings, photography, and graphic design/visual communication.
“The visual arts faculty sponsors the Visual Arts Alumni Exhibition as a triennial so current students may view alumni artworks at least once during their enrollment,” stated Exhibition Coordinator Denise McGarvey. “Exhibiting alumni artists offers a diverse view of the development of one’s own body of work and the career paths they have taken.
The 37 alumni selected for the exhibition graduated between 1984 and 2020, all earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Arts, or a minor in the Arts/Visual Arts program at Stockton University.
“It is my hope that it encourages students to press on with their goals if they see each others’ successes,” said McGarvey.
All alumni featured in the exhibition are: Adelina Andrews, Jena Brignola, Susan Vogel Brown, Lizabeth Carl, Jodee Clifford, Elizabeth DeCicco, Hanna Rose DeMarco, David Dziemian, Alyssa Fierro, Tiffany Giovia, Diane Glaum, Rocco Guglielmi, Teresa Johnson Horowitz, Darya Hrybava, Grahm Hughes, Harley Jarrett, Brittany Johnson, Danielle Jonas-Staveckas, Mae Kellert, Bruce Mohn, Kimberly Williams Moore, Laura Moyer, Christine O’Brien, Jeff Quattrone, Shelly Christine Ristow, Nikki Robinson, Gary Schenck, Kristina Smith, Rebecca Sokol, Concetta Stoto, Eric Sung, Kevin Villalona, Chris Wagner, Bryan Warner, Rebecca Whittemore, Khary Williams, and Olga Kolosova Workman.
Join Stockton University on Thursday, February 24 at 2:30 p.m. for their virtual panel discussion with alumni Eric Sung, Gary Schenck, Danielle Jones-Staveckas, and Bryan Warner. Moderated by Professor Kate Ogden. For those near campus, you may attend the watch party in the lower art gallery. Masks are required.
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