Photo captions: These works of art by, clockwise from top left, Maggie Carpenter of Saranac Lake High School, Gwenyth McCaffrey of Franklin Academy, Charlotte Parker of Plattsburgh High School and Sophie Bryant of Moriah Central were selected for the third-annual Regional High School Student Art Show, which runs through March 26 at North Country Community College’s Malone campus.
Regional High School Student Art Show underway at NCCC-Malone; Reception set for March 15
Malone – Amazing and inspiring works of art from high school students across the region will be on display at North Country Community College’s Malone campus through March 26.
The third-annual Regional High School Student Art Show began last week. It features work from high school students in Clinton, Essex, Franklin and St. Lawrence counties.
Each high school in the region was invited to submit up to eight works of art for the show, according to Tina LaMour, associate professor for art and chair of NCCC’s Fine Art and Graphics program.
“We’re excited to once again showcase the art work of so many talented high school students in the North Country,” LaMour said. “There’s a great range of submissions this year including paintings, photography and sculpture. There is some high-caliber work coming out of the high schools.”
The show features the work of 74 students representing the following high schools: Parishville-Hopkinton, Plattsburgh, Moriah Central, Salmon River, Ticonderoga, Elizabethtown Lewis, Madrid-Waddington, Saranac Lake, Lake Placid, Norwood-Norfolk and Franklin Academy.
These works of art will be on display to the public through March 26 in the NCCC Malone campus’ Mezzanine Gallery, 74 William St., during the college’s normal hours of operation.
In addition, an open-to-the-public reception will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on March 15 in the Mezzanine Gallery. Best in Show and other awards will be presented to participating high school students during the reception.
The Regional High School Student Art Show is sponsored by the NCCC Malone Art Club and local arts organizations, Downtown Artists Cellar and Pouring Light Studios.
About North Country Community College: As the only public college located in the Adirondack Park, North Country Community College provides educational, cultural and recreational programming to a 3,500 square mile service area with a population of 90,000. The college maintains three campuses in Saranac Lake, Malone and Ticonderoga, New York; an extensive high school-based academic partnership; and online course offerings. North Country Community College is part of the SUNY (State University of New York) system. With 64 unique colleges and universities, SUNY provides learning environments for every type of student, every stage of life, and every kind of passion. For more information, visit www.nccc.edu.