Darkness / Light
Seeing the Light: Exhibit Gives Hope to Homeless
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Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NY
*Image by Jennifer Cerutti
From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.
Join us for a lively evening on Friday, December 2 from 7-9pm at Spring Street Gallery, to celebrate these talented, young artists, enjoy great conversation, refreshments and hors d'oeuvres.
EMERGENCE features work by student artists including Willa Cassidy-Gardner, Jennifer Cerutti, Colleen Craven, Savan DeSouza, Catherine Heller, Caroline Herman, Alexandra Lemme, Havana Liu, Tenley Masson, Katherine Melland, Emily Moreton, Sophia Reddi and Reece Robinson.
This exhibition is co- presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.
About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative
The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.