Keystone senior art students to host exhibition
La Plume – Twenty two graduating students from Keystone College’s four-year art programs will host a gallery exhibit featuring their work on Friday, April 5 from 6-9 p.m. The exhibit “Moving Forward” will consist of a dual opening taking place simultaneously at Afa Gallery, 514 Lackawanna Ave.,
A graduation requirement for art students, the exhibit will feature a wide array of diverse media including ceramics, photography, sculpture, printmaking and graphic design among others.
Students featured at the Afa Gallery include: Kaitlin Bobrovcan, Dalton; Abby Cohen, Bethlehem; Brandon Doughty, Roselle, N.J.; Tristan Hatfield, Pocono Lake; Stephanie Hellard, Scranton; Caitlin A. McLaughlin, Dunmore; Charles Perry, Scranton; Alethea Peterson, Factoryville; Leanne Schneider, Gouldsboro; Jacqueline Tague, Abington; and Eric Tecce, Albrightsville.
Featured student artists at ArtWorks include: James Augustine, Archbald; Ashley M. Bredbenner, Freeland; Megan Duffy, Collegeville; Hannah Lamhauge, Meshoppen; Tia Larnerd, Moosic; Rachel M. Marable, Moosic; Ryan Marroquin, Saylorsburg; Lauren Nourse, Dalton; Lauren A. Padavano, Scranton; Jenna Raines, Brackney; and Emily Taylor, Moosic.
Both the Afa Gallery and ArtWorks Gallery is open every Tuesday through Saturday, from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
The dual opening reception will be catered by the Keystone College Chef’s Table Restaurant. For more information on the exhibit, contact Nikki Moser at 945-8485.
Check out a photo gallery featuring some of the students' artwork.