CLARK—The Skulski Art Gallery of the Polish Cultural Foundation in Clark will present an exhibition of artworks by the students of Ivan Bratko’s Art School. The school is located at the foundation since 1999.
The exhibit starts March 19 and will run through April 9. It features painting, drawing and ceramic works by 27 young artists such as: Daniela Agne, Melanie Agne, Elizabeth Belysheva, Beatrice Brodsky, Julia Brys, Juliet Duguid, Vasilisa Duguid, Marie Elbert, Tim Elbert, Stephanie Filer, Daniel Greenberg, Andrew Idak, Michael Jarosz, Michelle Karpenos, Scott Karpenos, Bianna Koutsenko, Krystyna Krupinski, Patricia Krupinski, Caroline Lachanski, Darya Lizanets, Martyn Mendynk, Alice Milshtein, Elina Milshtein, Stefano Moriello, Anna Nedashkivska, Yevgeniy Parfilko, Olga Pidruchna, Anna-Maria Sen, Olena Sen, Anna Shimarova, Areta Vovk, and Sara Zammit.
On Friday, March 19, at 8 p.m. the public is invited to the opening reception to meet the artists. Admission is free and refreshments will be served.
The Polish Cultural Foundation, a non-profit organization is located 177 Broadway, Clark.
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