CRANFORD – For a second year, the Tomasulo Gallery is displaying the work of students who won the Annual Student Art Competition. At the end of each academic year, students at the College submit art work to be judged by a trained outside art professional. This exhibition will be on display through June 6.
Subsequent to judge review, prizes for creative excellence are awarded in the following categories: Best Work Submitted and First, Second, Third, Fourth, and Honorable Mention in the categories of painting, drawing, illustration/design, and photography. This year, the following students were winners: Pedro Da Paz, Bong Soo Kim, Julia Kovach, Krystle Lemonias, Nicole Ortiz, Luis Perez, Lissa Price-Moore, Kerry Rokicki, Sarilu Silva, Noelle Stewart, and Haley Sulcer.
This year’s competition was judged by Dawn Delicat, Associate Director of the Pen and Brush, Inc., an international arts organization located in New York City. The competition is sponsored by Union County College’s Art Society and Student Government Association. Union County College Senior Professors George Hildrew and Anthony Nicoli serve as the Art Society’s advisors. Profs. Hildrew and Nicoli were assisted by Professor Robert Yoskowitz.
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. Note that May 18 is the last Saturday of this gallery season. For more information on the gallery, call (908) 709-7155.
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