Visual Arts Student Exhibition 2022
April 13-May 5, 2022
Curated by Professor Thomas Ruggio, Professor Rebecca Goyette, and Professor Beth Giacummo.
Brother Kenneth Chapman Gallery
JoAnn Mazzella Murphy '98H Arts Center
May 5, 4-6 p.m.
The Brother Kenneth Chapman Gallery presents a special Spring exhibition celebrating the work of our budding student artists. From April 13-May 5, the Brother Kenneth Chapman Gallery will be blooming with the very best drawings, paintings and sculptures from Iona College’s students. This exhibition is curated by Professor Thomas Ruggio, Professor Rebecca Goyette, and director of the Brother Chapman Art Gallery, Professor Beth Giacummo. Join us for Cinco de Mayo themed closing reception on May 5 from 4-6 p.m. inside the JoAnn Mazzella Murphy '98H Arts Center.
The Visual Arts Student Exhibition will include works by:
Raleigh Porter • Patricia Velez • Keira O’Hara Sarah Mendez • Andrea Ryan • Rachelle Lacroix Peter Fogarty • Joshua de Souza • Rebecca Sembrano Emerson Helmes • Graceanne Murphy • Sebastian Aguilar Niashaly Rivkin • Gabrielle Rodriguez • John Giorno • Justin Hamilton • Jorge Villa • Kathleen Casey
- The Weight of Optimism: Works by Heather Layton
- Considering the Goddess: A Survey of Sculptural Works by John Cino
- Cesare Dandini’s Holy Family with the Infant St. John: A Rediscovered Florentine Baroque Masterpiece
- A Hidden Wholeness: The Zen Photography of Thomas Merton*
- Art as a Spiritual Practice
- A Woman's Work..., Curated by Beth Giacummo
- Struggle - An Exhibit of Our Times, The Lincoln Park Conservancy, Inc.
- Female Gender Identity and Equality by the New York Society of Women Artists
- Unapologetically Me by Alvin Clayton
- Women in the Abstract: A Solo Exhibition by Award-Winning Artist, Steve Lyons
- Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition
- Plastic Paradise by Elena Kalman
- Female Gender Identity and Equality By New York Society of Women Artists (NYSWA)
- The Visual Arts Student Exhibition, curated by The Visual Arts Faculty
- SHE Voices: Expressions of Femininity, featuring Esther Kong Lo, Gloria Crouch-Nixon and Judith Weber.
- Influenced by Matisse: New Works by Alvin Clayton
- Shifting Focus: Hidden in Plain Sight, curated by Rick Palladino
- More Fun Than Fun, featuring Andrea Beizer, Alysa Bennett, Ruby Silvious, Carol Taylor-Kearney, Peter Treiber, and Ruth Wolf
*Explore A Hidden Wholeness: The Zen Photography of Thomas Merton in the video below.
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