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Friday, June 10, 2016 - 2:44pm

JCC hosted the annual College Connections Student Art Exhibition in JCC’s Weeks Gallery in late May.

Brock Minard, Weeks Gallery arts administrator Colin Shaffer, Ellysa Maze, and Emily Walsh stand in groupEllysa Maze of Cassadaga Valley Central School was awarded best of show. Emily Walsh of Jamestown High School was runner-up, while Brooke Winicki of Cuba-Rushford Central School and Brock Minard of BOCES Olean received honorable mention awards. 

JCC offers drawing, ceramics, photography, and graphic design courses to 11 area high schools through the College Connections program. Select students in each of these courses were given an opportunity to exhibit their works at JCC. 

Students chosen for the exhibition included: Francesca Coney, Ellysa Maze, and Kendra Dorman of Cassadaga Valley Central School; Jenna Covey and Tyler Farber of Clymer Central School; Ayren Hewitt and Brooke Winicki of Cuba-Rushford Central School; Nicole Favata and Emily Gawronski of Dunkirk High School; Molly Morse and Emily Walsh of Jamestown High School; Jessica Davis, Riley Goodell, and Katie Thorson of Maple Grove High School; Taylor Euston, Brock Minard, Desiree Hill, and Mya Riehler of BOCES Olean; Kayla Jackson and Randee Spruce of Salamanca Central School; and Amanda Abers and Sophia White of Southwestern High School.

Student work was judged on visual communication, design and composition, creativity and originality, and craftsmanship.

IN PHOTO: Brock Minard, Weeks Gallery arts administrator Colin Shaffer, Ellysa Maze, and Emily Walsh.

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