RCC Student Artists’ Works to Appear in SUNY Show – Albany
Ramapo-Five Rockland Community College student artists have had their work selected for exhibit at the State University of New York (SUNY) fall student art show. Congratulations to: Charles Bryant of Suffern, Vincent Vicidominiof Chestnut Ridge, Adrianna Di Matteo of Middletown, Ally Crum of Monroe, and Minori Sakai of Chestnut Ridge. RCC adjunct faculty, Lena Hyun, curates and coordinates student submissions for the show.
Each year since 2002, a statewide competitive exhibit of SUNY student artwork has been held during the fall and spring semesters.Displayed at State University Plaza in Albany, at SUNY Global Center in New York City, some artworks are also selected for display in Governor Cuomo’s Washington, DC office.Judging is conducted by SUNY art faculty, and a subset of student work from the seasonal shows may advance to the Best of SUNY art exhibit at the State Museum.
SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher says “The Best of SUNY art exhibition showcases works created by our top student artists from colleges and universities across New York over the past year,” and, the “annual exhibit at the Museum has become a must-see attraction in our state’s capital city.” In addition to the opportunity for experience and recognition, the competition offers students significant cash awards for the highest place winners in several categories.
Charles Bryant – Suffern, NY
The Garage, 2013 digital photograph
Ally Crum – Monroe, NY
Hershal’s Farm, 2012 digital photograph, double exposure with gel medium on wood
Adrianna Di Matteo – Middletown, NY
Untitled (Michael), 2013 digital photograph, with gel medium on wood
Minori Sakai – Chestnut Ridge, NY
Untitled, 2011 gelatin silver print
Vincent Vicidomini – Chestnut Ridge, NY
James, 2013 digital photograph