The 5th annual Stern Student Art Show is on display at the Yeshiva University Museum at the Center for Jewish History through July 27.
The multimedia exhibition features selections from studio art majors in the class of 2014. The studio art program, part of Stern College’s Jewish and liberal arts curriculum, is a foundation-based program that deepens students’ skills of visual and artistic expression, and prepares them for careers in diverse art-related fields. Students are encouraged to find and nurture their individual artistic voices. The exhibition, designed by the students, highlights the character of the artistic process and the range of choices made by artists from conception to completion.
“The Student Art Show is an excellent opportunity for the fine art students at Stern to be able to showcase their work in a public setting. After years of hard work, long hours in the studio, and deep dedication crafting art, the women are able to celebrate their work in a museum,” said Joanna Ross-Tash ’13S, the Presidential Fellow for the Museum this past year.
The Stern students featured in the Senior Art Show are Shelley Adelson, Michelle Atri, Ellie Blanco, Victoria Chabot, Devora Cohen, Sharon Cohen, Haley David, Tova Lahasky, Adina Eizikovitz Rubin, Nicole Freund Ariella Fried, Leah Gottfried, Esther Hersh, Halina Hreisukh, Yael Roberts, Amanda Schaum, Anastasiya Siniakovich, Ellie Sonnenwirth, and Emily Wolmark.
If you don’t get a chance to visit and see the creativity of the graduates in person, click here for a link to the gallery of their artwork.