Jamestown Group Faculty’s Juried Scholar Artwork & Design Exhibition is on show till Friday on the Weeks Gallery on the second flooring of the Jamestown Campus Sheldon Heart.
The occasion is free, open to the general public, and options pupil works from all JCC campus places. Professionally juried alternatives embody portray, drawing and prints, pictures, sculpture, ceramics, and digital media.
This 12 months featured a brand new President’s Award for Inventive Excellence along with the standard Better of Present and Inventive Excellence awards in every media class.
Raylynn Digirolamo, an honors pupil graduating this semester with an A.S. in Advantageous Arts: Studio Artwork, obtained the President’s Award for Inventive Excellence for her work with charcoal. Digirolamo’s artwork will likely be framed and displayed at a JCC campus location to be decided all through the 2023-2024 tutorial 12 months.
Digirolamo additionally gained the Inventive Excellence in Drawing award throughout the 2022 Juried Scholar Artwork and Design Exhibition and is receiving the Constance E. Casey Scholarship at commencement. Digirolamo’s work highlights the feminine physique by a lens that rejects exploitation and goes in opposition to “regular” requirements of magnificence whereas specializing in how ladies have been depicted all through historical past.
Submissions for the exhibition totaled 135 items by 63 college students. Eighty-three had been chosen for show by juror Tim Frerichs.
This 12 months’s Better of Present and Inventive Excellence award winners are:
¯ Finest In Present/Idea: JJ Moore
¯ Finest In Present/Materials Manipulation: Courtney Fox
¯ Inventive Excellence in Drawing: Rena Huntington
¯ Inventive Excellence in Images: Ezekiel Newcomb
¯ Inventive Excellence in Portray & 2D: Jasmin Rollinger
¯ Inventive Excellence in Digital & New Media: Ali Geirmek
¯ Inventive Excellence in Sculpture: Mikayla Peters
¯ Inventive Excellence in Ceramics: Grem Lee
Frerichs is professor of artwork on the State College at Fredonia. He has obtained quite a few awards, together with the SUNY Fredonia President’s Award for Excellence in Instructing and Studying, two Fulbright awards to Germany, a Netherland-America Basis Cultural Grant, a Constance Saltonstall Basis grant for printmaking, and a Scandinavian-America Basis fellowship to Sweden.
Frerichs earned a Grasp of Advantageous Arts from the College of Iowa. His drawings, prints, artist books, and installations have been extensively exhibited nationally and internationally.
The exhibition offers a invaluable studying expertise by modeling professionally juried exhibitions and instructing college students about making ready, modifying, and submitting work for exhibition.
Extra info and a 3D digital tour of the exhibition might be discovered at sunyjcc.edu/galleries.