College Gallery Showcases Student Architecture Exhibit

CRANFORD – From now to May 2, the public is invited to view the “2013 Architecture Student Exhibit” in the Tomasulo Gallery at Union County College. The exhibit is under the direction of Prof. Dori Vicente of the Engineering/Technology/Architecture Department. She has been working with her students since the beginning of the spring semester to develop their works or use projects for the exhibit.

Student work includes drawings, computer renderings, and models from their architecture studio courses. Projects include Design Proposals for an Outdoor Plaza at the Plainfield Public Library, Manor Park Swim Club site and building designs, Elizabeth Waterfront proposals and various student projects.

The Artists’ Reception will be held from 4-6 p.m. on Thursday, April 18 in the Tomasulo Gallery. Light refreshments will be served. The students participating in the show are: Carolina Yanez (Carteret); Gustavo Calderon (Clark); Roman Smishkewych (Cranford); from Elizabeth – Helder Silva, Marcos Martinez, Johnny Soriano, Mark Sidhom, Giulianna Rodriguez, Kimberlinne Romero, Sara Yusim, Carolina Lara Salazar, Aisha Elbadawi, and Abigail Cuevas; from North Plainfield – Tarek Taha and Miguel Guerrero-Varona; Kavoi Johnson (Plainfield); from Union – Nelson Luxama, Gil Costa, Maciej Samulak, Nermina Samulak, and Jerdain Forbes; from Rahway – Shanette Kinard and Arlene Warner; and Juan Mera (Scotch Plains).

The Tomasulo Gallery is located on the first floor of the Kenneth C. MacKay Library on the college’s Cranford campus, located at 1033 Springfield Avenue. Gallery hours are 1-4 p.m. Monday – Thursday, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Saturday, and 6 -9 p.m. on Tuesday – Thursday. For more information on the gallery, call 1-908-709-7155.


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