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by Alena Kastsiukevich

Signature of Thought

Artist Talk and Reception 
Tuesday, October 22 | 6:30 pm

Admission: FREE

 

Signature of Thought
An exhibition showcasing the work of Hunter College’s finest students, curated by artist Colette Murphy

September 16 – January 10
Irish Arts Center Gallery

Gallery hours by appointment
Monday-Friday | 10 am – 5 pm
Please call 212-757-3318

Artist Talk and Reception 
Tuesday, October 22 | 6:30 pm

Vibrant colors, organic shapes and a blend of abstract and realistic images will fill the IAC gallery this Fall as we exhibit a selection of inspirational watercolor paintings by students including artists Nickolas Calabrese, Joanna Hanlon, Logan Heine, Shushanik Karapetyan, Britawny Karlosky and Alena Kastsiukevich, from the acclaimed Hunter College. The works will be selected by Irish-born, Brooklyn-based curator and MFA graduate Colette Murphy, who was last at the IAC in Fall 2012 with her exhibition, A Night Thought.

 



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