M-W artwork on display in Human Rights exhibition

on December 9, 2016
High school students display artwork at SUNY Orange.

Brianna Nonnon’s artwork: The Celtic Witch, digital photography

Monroe-Woodbury High School Grades 11& 12 Portfolio Prep students are participating in “An Artist’s Response to Human Rights” exhibition sponsored annually by the Orange County Human Rights Commission. For the past six years, M-W students have participated in this annual exhibition; 15  M-W students are exhibiting their artwork this year.

The M-W student artists reviewed and researched the 30 articles outlined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Each student created  a visual interpretation of one article in a variety of media.

The artwork is on display at the Mindy Ross Gallery, Kaplan Hall, SUNY Orange, Newburgh Campus, One Washington Center, Newburgh, from December 1 – December 18 and is open to the public.

Kudos to the following M-W High School art students who have their artwork on display:

High School art students have artwork on display at SUNY Orange.

Hailey Atkinson’s artwork: Life Is A Learning Process, acrylic

Stephanie Alifano

Iliana Arocho

Hailey Atkinson

Rachel Barick

Amaya Burgos

Amy Crohn

Richard Delgado

Katelyn Karen

Dagny Lytle

Ariana Mahran

Monroe-Woodbury art students have artwork on display at SUNY Orange.

Stephanie Alifano’s artwork: The Price of Sex Trafficking, relief sculpture, acrylic & plaster of paris

Kate Montecillo

Brianna Nonnon

Grant Ross

Camryn Stella

Kayden Strauss