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TA Students Featured at 14th Annual AVA Gallery High School Exhibition

Header photo: “Golden Hour” by Mary Bosco ’24, which earned an Honorable Mention in the photography category at the AVA Gallery High School Exhibition.

On Friday, the AVA Gallery in Lebanon launched its 14th annual High School Exhibition featuring artwork from high school students across the Upper Valley. Visual arts teacher Karyn Neubauer and Photography teacher Curran Broderick nominated nine of their students who showed “exceptional promise” for participation in the show. Congratulations to Caitlyn Clough. Julia Martin, Hannah Williams, Chantel Swasey, Mary Sithavady, Ira Crandall, Quinn Corcoran, Mary Bosco, and Charlotte Reimanis, and Olivia Sayers for their nominations.

The exhibition, which features artwork from 13 different schools, will be on display in AVA’s galleries from January 28-February 25, 2022. The traditional opening ceremony and celebration was postponed due to the pandemic and rescheduled for the show’s last day. Despite the delay, AVA hopes gallery visitors will still have an opportunity to hear from the artists themselves and has invited participating students to submit video interviews about their process to show alongside the artwork.

Two TA students earned Honorable Mentions for their work in the juried show: Chantel Swasey for her mixed media collage “Billie,” and Mary Bosco for her photo titled “Golden Hour.” This year’s show was juried by Barre artist Sabrina B. Fadial, MFA, Professor at Norwich University, Northfield, VT.

Some of the TA student work featured in the AVA Gallery High School Exhibition.



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