April 23- May 4, 2014
ANNOUNCING THE ANNUAL GREATER NEW HAVEN AREA
HIGH SCHOOL ART EXHIBITION AND
THE ELIZABETH GREELEY MEMORIAL FUND
PORTFOLIO COMPETITION AWARDS
Educational Center for the Arts Exhibit
Reception and Awards Ceremony: Sunday, May 4, 2 - 4pm.
Awards ceremony at 3pm.
Including students in Southern New Haven County (includes schools, public and private, in Amity, Orange, New Haven, Hamden, East Haven, West Haven, North Haven, Branford, Cheshire, North Branford, Woodbridge, Guilford, Milford, Madison and Wallingford)
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Elizabeth Greeley Memorial Portfolio Competition Awards:
$50 Mairin Hayes, Educational Center for the Arts
$300 Zoe Grinder, Educational Center for the Arts
$300 Elizabeth Pallman, Amity Regional High School
$300 Jeremy Wolin, Amity Regional High School
Arts Council of Greater New Haven Award $25
Arianna Alamo, Cacti, Educational Center for the Arts
Photo Arts Collective Award $25
Vikki Young, Night Lights, Educational Center for the Arts
New Haven Brush & Palette Club Awards, 6@$25
Sarah Lynch, Ali, Daniel Hand High School
Ashley Sandoval, Acrylic Abstract, Mark T. Sheehan High School
Arianna Lawless, Dark Night/Blue Day, North Haven High School
James Garvey, Vertical with Red, Hamden High School
Mark Sejourne, Snowy Owl, Guilford High School
Dylan Morris, Trees, Guilford High School
Elizabeth Greeley Memorial Award $50
Sarah Schlick, Newspaper Dress, Mark T. Sheehan High School
John Slade Ely House Awards, 5@$50
Ali Amatrudo, Orbit, Daniel Hand High School
Angie Stong, Untitled, Sacred Heart Academy
Heather Wu, Storm Hill, Daniel Hand High School
Toni Chambers, Gauche, West Haven High School
Veronica Sills, Alice in Wonderland, North Haven High School
New Haven Paint & Clay Club Awards, 2@$50
Julia Bujalski, Squish, North Haven High School
Kayla Gomez, Sunset Glowing Atop Nature’s Sprout, North Haven High School
New Haven Paint & Clay Club Awards, 5@$100
Courtney Haigler, My Little World, Educational Center for the Arts
Catherine Peng, Jenn, Daniel Hand High School
Amal Alharbi, Islam is Against Terrorism, West Haven High School
Najah Josie, My Life’s Model, Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School
Olivia Nace, Shadowplay, Educational Center for the Arts
Jordan Abeshouse Memorial Award $100
Will Hull, Flying, Diving..., Educational Center for the Arts
January 26- March 9, 2014
Closing Reception, March 9, 2-5pm
Read Allan Appel's Write-up of Cityscapes in New Haven Independent
John Slade Ely House launches its 2014 exhibition schedule with Cityscapes an exhibition of painting, drawing, and mixed media works by artists who document their environment. Participating artists are Michael Angelis, Jeff Konigsberg, and J.D. Richey. There will be a public reception for the artists on Sunday, February 2, from 2-5pm.
Michael Angelis and J.D. Richey find interesting points of view of the city in the course of daily life. Both either residing or working in New Haven they include plein air painting as part of their art making practice. Documenting a city under development and renewal they record the juxtaposition of highway construction, city, state, and federal buildings, churches, and residential buildings that intersect and layer in our visual space.
In his “Drawings For Manhattan/City States” series Jeff Konigsberg draws and paints over digital prints of Manhattan. Some views in the work being aerial, others ground level, he envisions a city in the post Sandy hurricane period. His is an apprehensive view of the city, walled in with concrete, attempting to forestall the approaching destructive forces of nature.
November 17- January 19, 2014
Regular hours through Sunday December 22.
Open Saturday and Sunday December 28 and 29, 2-5pm
Reopen Saturday January 4th
Catalina Barroso Luque Claudia Cron
Tom Hebert Ken Lovell Ken Morgan
Paulette Rosen Paul Theriault
Digital Ground is an exhibition that explores the potential of combining digitally produced material in conjunction with traditional art practices such as drawing, painting, and photography. Use of recycled or repurposed materials as well as first hand production are included in the artists creative processes. Works as varied as Paulette Rosen’s scanned and drawn upon images of birds to Catalina Barroso Luque’s projected photo collage installation to Paul Theriault’s looping digital video works offer a survey of the ways artists are incorporating new technology into their art practices.
Ken Morgan, "VISUALTRICK#5", Digital Print
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