The Teaching Gallery Presents Second Virtual Exhibit for Fall 2020

October 29, 2020

Artwork from The Teaching Gallery Virtual Exhibition, Home Alone 2

The work of Fine Arts and Digital Media alumni is featured in “Home Alone 2,” the second virtual exhibition to be presented this fall by The Teaching Gallery at Hudson Valley Community College. The companion to “Home Alone” that included work by faculty, “Home Alone 2” will be available for viewing Monday, Nov. 9 through Friday, Dec. 18 on the Teaching Gallery webpage.

Both exhibitions feature work created during this time of mandated isolation and social distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “Home Alone” will remain on view through Nov. 16.

The alumni artists included in “Home Alone 2” are Elliot Ambrosio, film; Alison Bachorik, mixed media; Rezart Bushati, illustration; Lindsay Dingman, collage/design; Tyler Frisbee, graphic design; Echo Goff, drawing; Hannah Hutchinson, sculpture; Ossie Jon-Nwakalo, painting/installation; Drea LaRose, photography; Arnela Mahmutovic, painting; Alyssa McClenaghan, sculpture; Kevin Mosca, painting; Joel Olzak, installation; Julie Pamkowski, photography; Chris Pecoraro, photography; Lisa Schroeder, sculpture; Marilee Sousie, painting; Hannah Tremblay, drawing, and Matty VanAlstine, painting.

Following study at Hudson Valley Community College, nearly 100 percent of these Fine Arts and Digital Media alumni went on to earn a Bachelor’s degree in studio art, film or design. Six also earned a Master’s of Fine Arts (MFA) degree. Five of those were awarded by the University at Albany, which is one of Hudson Valley’s top transfer schools. Those who did not seek an advanced degree, secured employment in their field of study.

The Teaching Gallery is supported by the Fine Arts, Theatre Arts and Digital Media Department, Cultural Affairs Program, and the college’s Foundation. The virtual exhibitions were developed with assistance from web developers in the Information Technology Services department and from the Office of Communications and Marketing, which houses the Graphics department.

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