Students Participate in Museum Art Project

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Earlier this month at the Parrish Art Museum’s annual Student Exhibition, East Hampton High School students joined more than 1,100 other young artists from eastern Long Island to produce a scrolled landscape work.

The original work, titled “1960s TV Dinner,” will be placed in a gallery dedicated solely to the collaborative piece. Along with the landscape, the gallery will feature a photographic mural of portraits of all the students involved in the project.

Sixteen East Hampton High School students were selected to participate and submitted individual works for this exhibition:
Max Cortes
Sophia DePasquale
Matt Feit
Claudia Fino
Mahalia Hensler
Karah James
Aubrey Jowers
Mia Kaplin-Capello
Wylee Musnicki
Michael Perez
Lily O’Neil
Margaret Ellen Ryan
Makenzie Scheerer
Brenden Snow
Kati Tikkanen
Elvis Uchupaille
 
In addition, two group installations were created for the Parrish exhibit by the AP Studio classes:
 
ADVANCED PLACEMENT STUDIO/2D Design
Sophia DePasquale
Harvey Foulser
Mahalia Hensler  
Aubrey Jowers
Wylee Musnicki
Lily O’Neil
Brenden Snow
     
ADVANCED PLACEMENT STUDIO/DRAWING:
Max Cortes
Matt Feit
Gloria Feuer                          
Claudia Fino                    
Nicole Forrester
Karah James
Mia Kaplin-CapelloI            
Emely Rodriguez
Makenzie Scheerer
 
Neill Slaughter of LIU selected three EHHS students to receive special recognition in connection with the Parrish’s 2015 Student Exhibition:
 
Awards of Excellence for Seniors
Claudia Fino, Grade 12 (Drawing)                                       
Brenden Snow, Grade 12 (Photography)
 
Ones to Watch for Underclassmen
Elvis Uchupaille, Grade 10 (Sculpture)
 
An awards presentation is scheduled for the last weekend of the exhibition, on Feb. 28 or March 1, 2015. Additional information about the event and Parrish Art Museum can be found at:
http://parrishart.org/exhibitions/student-exhibition
http://www.stevenandwilliam.com/pages/community-projects