Revelation

Stern College for Women Senior Art Show 2012

May 20 - September 30, 2012

The 2012 Stern College for Women Senior Art Show invites you to experience the revelatory art making process of eleven Jewish female artists. Creating art is an indirect, often fraught process of discovery – a revelation, both personal and artistic.


With each work, the artist challenges and elevates her skill and technique, in often surprising ways. We share this process of discovery with you, generating a conversation and providing a glimpse into our vision of the world. We invite you to experience our self-revelations and discoveries – about things you may only have thought you knew so well.

The studio art program at Stern College for Women encourages students to find and nurture their individual artistic voices. Within the college’s Jewish and liberal arts curriculum, the foundation-based program deepens students’ skills of visual and artistic expression, and prepares them for careers in diverse art-related fields. This 4th annual exhibition presents a selection of works by the graduating studio art majors.

This exhibition was designed by students in the Exhibition Design Class at Stern College for Women: Samantha Feldman, Nicole Freund, Fiona Guedalia, Esther Hersh, Enya Katz, Gabrielle Markovitch, Aimee Rubensteen, Talia Saghian. Course instruction and exhibition design by Yeju Choi. Curatorial team includes Traci Tullius, Mary Creede, Jacob Wisse, and Zachary Paul Levine. 

SAMPLE IMAGES

Jenny Goldstein, Miscellaneous Poster Designs

Jordana Chernofsky, “To Define is to Limit”

Leah Fried, “Self Explanatory” 

Melissa Zehnwirth, untitled linoleum cut on paper

Revelation

Stern College for Women Senior Art Show 2012

May 20 - September 30, 2012

The 2012 Stern College for Women Senior Art Show invites you to experience the revelatory art making process of eleven Jewish female artists. Creating art is an indirect, often fraught process of discovery – a revelation, both personal and artistic.


With each work, the artist challenges and elevates her skill and technique, in often surprising ways. We share this process of discovery with you, generating a conversation and providing a glimpse into our vision of the world. We invite you to experience our self-revelations and discoveries – about things you may only have thought you knew so well.

The studio art program at Stern College for Women encourages students to find and nurture their individual artistic voices. Within the college’s Jewish and liberal arts curriculum, the foundation-based program deepens students’ skills of visual and artistic expression, and prepares them for careers in diverse art-related fields. This 4th annual exhibition presents a selection of works by the graduating studio art majors.

This exhibition was designed by students in the Exhibition Design Class at Stern College for Women: Samantha Feldman, Nicole Freund, Fiona Guedalia, Esther Hersh, Enya Katz, Gabrielle Markovitch, Aimee Rubensteen, Talia Saghian. Course instruction and exhibition design by Yeju Choi. Curatorial team includes Traci Tullius, Mary Creede, Jacob Wisse, and Zachary Paul Levine. 

SAMPLE IMAGES

Jenny Goldstein, Miscellaneous Poster Designs

Jordana Chernofsky, “To Define is to Limit”

Leah Fried, “Self Explanatory” 

Melissa Zehnwirth, untitled linoleum cut on paper

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