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High School Art Exhibition Held

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Friday, June 6, 2014 - 2:29pm

JCC hosted the College Connections Student Art Exhibition in JCC’s Weeks Gallery in late May. Erin Domagola’s work was awarded best of show while Abby Sirwatka was awarded honorable mention.

College Connections award winning students and their teachersJCC offers drawing, ceramics, and photography courses in several 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: Erin Clark and Ashley Taylor of Bolivar-Richburg Central School, Emond Dermont and Paige Michael of Clymer Central School, Dakota Aasted and Jade Joseph of Cuba-Rushford High School, Ryan Hawkins, Abby Sirwatka, Emily Walters, and Alison Winchester of Maple Grove High School, Sarah Retchless and Brianna Wesley of BOCES-Olean, and Erin Domagola and Morgan Everson of Southwestern High School. 

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

All CC art students chosen for exhibition

Art Students: Paige Michael, Clymer Central School; Erin Clark, Bolivar-Richburg High School; Abby Sirwatka, Emily Walters, and Ryan Hawkins, Maple Grove High School; and Morgan Everson and Erin Domagola, Southwestern High School.
Art Award Winners, upper right: Abby Sirwatka, Maple Grove High School, honorable mention for “Tiptoe,” black and white charcoal portrait;  Kevin Johnson, Maple Grove High School art teacher; Mark Kirsch, Southwestern High School art teacher; Erin Domagola, Southwestern High School, best of show award for “Emily,” illuminated pigment print from scanned paper negative.