M-W artists exhibit at SUNY Orange Sunday, December 8

on December 6, 2019

Flyer for the Artist's Response to Human Rights exhibitionThe exhibition An Artist’s Response to Human Rights is the highlight of the annual Celebration of Human Rights presented by the Orange County Human Rights Commission. Literary and visual artwork by Orange County high school juniors and seniors is displayed first at SUNY Orange in Middletown and then later this month at SUNY Orange in Newburgh. Artwork is inspired by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted by the United Nations on December 10, 1948. This year, Monroe-Woodbury is represented by 27 Senior Art Majors who will be recognized and awarded certificates at the Opening Reception on Sunday, December 8 between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. at Orange Hall Gallery in the Middletown Campus of SUNY Orange.

This small sampling of artwork by some of these 27 M-W students should entice you to see the entire exhibition. Congratulations to:

Paul Albano, Kayla DeLeon, Danae’  Drews, Evelyn Gonzalez Valle, Michael Paul Hauck, Jake Houle, Cassandra Hughes, Chloe Jean, Alyssa Kamara, Martyna Maczuga, Alexis Matos, Katherine Morgante, Dylan Nytko, Rebecca Pomerantz, Christian Pintos, Rafaella Pipko, Autumn Romano, Eli Ross, Analise Sanchez, Madison Scherne, Brooke Schoen, Juliane Sisto, Maria Spagna, Madison Tamweber, Nicholas Villanueva, Andrew Yi, and Kate Yoon.