Carol Grillo Gallery
School of Visual and Performing Arts Student Invitational 2017
Friday, February 10 - Friday, April 21
Carol Grillo Gallery
The Student Invitational Exhibition 2017 consists of 75 works of art created by students from the School of Visual and Performing Arts at Endicott College. Faculty who teach studio courses at the School of Visual and Performing Arts have invited 2 students from each of their courses to exhibit, and awards will be chosen by faculty and a popular choice award chosen by the students and the Endicott Community. Stop by and cast your vote before end of day on February 15th. The artwork in this exhibition includes a wide variety of medium: paintings, drawings, photography, ceramics, graphic design, textile design, video, printmaking, choreography, and sculpture, just to name a few. Our students are extremely talented and you will love this exhibition.
Please join us on Thursday, February 16 at 12:30 for the Awards Ceremony and reception in the Carol Grillo Gallery. Free and open to the public.
Students in this exhibition are: Abbey Laurin, Abby Suchocki, Adaline Mueller, Alex Whipple, Alexandra Williams, Allison Oliver, Amanda Carofano, Amber Vuilleumier, Andrane Forterre, Angela Martinez, April Herz, Ariana Turi, Brianna Woloshyn, Bridget Sears, Brooke Catania, Caroline Ammery, Cassie Scaglione, Christina Fiol, Corrine Anderson, Craig Smith, Delaney Stevens, Ella Bonfield, Emily Bernardi, Emily de la Rocha, Emily Surabian, Emma Brecher, Gabriella Rosoff, Gabriella Sorenson, Gianna D'Apnie, Greer Hines, Haven Miller, Hayley Huston, Jennifer Persichilli, Jessica DiMario, Jillian Perrone, Jordyn Valencourty, Julia Fitzgerald, Kaitlyn Fabre, Kaleigh Redington, Katherine Giordano, Katherine McCarthy, Kayla Kravchuk, Kaylee Zubhuza, Keighley Higgins, Kelsie Trouville, Kyle Simanskas and Collin Broere, Larissa Thoin, Lauren Holahan, Lindsay Arthur, Luke Rivers, Makayla Flemming, Marissa Lang, Mary Jablow, Mary Kate Palmerino, Max Ladner, Meghan Colantuoni, Melanie Campbell, Molly Carrara, Morgan Salvi, Paige Greeley, Peter Curtis, Rachel Hunter, Sabrina Caron and Hayley Huston, Samantha Hensel, Sara Nobes, Sarah Ferry, Shannon Harris, Shannon Hickey, Shyla Smith, Taylor Drake, Taylor Saunders, Tessa Barry .
Academic programs in the Visual and Performing Arts include the Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in: Art Therapy, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Fifth Year Master of Arts in Interior Design, Photography, Studio Art with concentrations in: 2-D: Painting Drawing, Printmaking, 3-D: Ceramics, Sculpture, Installation, Intermedia: Mixed Media, Installation Art Education with Teacher Licensure. Students can minor in Arts Administration, Art History, Art Therapy, Dance, Graphic Design, Music, Photography, Studio Art, and Theater
Endicott College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The School of Visual and Performing Arts at Endicott College is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design; Interior Design Department is accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation.
If you have any questions regarding the Student Invitational Exhibition 2017, or any of our programming in the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts at Endicott College, please contact Kathleen Moore, Coordinator of Visual Arts at 978-232-2655 or email@example.com. The exhibition, awards ceremony and reception are free and open to the public.