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AUGUST 2018

Florida School of the Arts presents Juried Student Exhibition

First place art work by student Lydia Borko titled Three “Fates”
“Wandering Eyes” by Shonda Hardy won second place
“Wilderness Sketch” by Vanessa Chavez took third place

The Florida School of the Arts recently opened the Juried Student Exhibition in the School’s main gallery located on the Palatka campus of St. Johns River State College. The exhibition will be on display through January 10, 2019. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and during main stage performances.

The featured student work was judged by Laura Mongiovi, art professor at Flagler College. Lydia Borko won first place for her "Three Fates” artwork. Shonda Hardy was awarded second place for "Wandering Eyes,” and Vanessa Chavez won third place for "Wilderness Sketch.”

Honorable Mention was awarded to Nancy Brenner for her pen and ink drawing "Double Up,” Elisa Schiavo for "Scrap Attack," and Christopher Wilken for "Nightmare."

Florida School of the Arts is part of the academic and administrative structure of SJR State and awards two-year associate degrees in fine art, graphic design, dance (ballet and contemporary), production/design, acting and musical theatre. Admission is based on an audition or portfolio review, an interview with the faculty and admission to SJR State.

FloArts students produce and perform in approximately four visual arts exhibitions and 10 performances each year. For more information about Florida School of the Arts, call 386-312-4300 or visit online at floarts.org.




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Florida School of the Arts student Lydia Borko was awarded first place for her “Three Fates” artwork featured in the School’s Juried Student Exhibition, which is on display through January 10, 2019. The student work was judged by Laura Mongiovi, art professor at Flagler College.

Florida School of the Arts student Shonda Hardy, pictured with FloArts Dean Alain Hentschel, was awarded second place for her “Wandering Eyes” artwork featured in the School’s Juried Student Exhibition, which is on display through January 10, 2019. The student work was judged by Laura Mongiovi, art professor at Flagler College.

Florida School of the Arts student Vanessa Chavez, pictured with FloArts Dean Alain Hentschel, was awarded third place for her “Wilderness Sketch” artwork featured in the School’s Juried Student Exhibition, which is on display through January 10, 2019. The student work was judged by Laura Mongiovi, art professor at Flagler College.

 

 

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