Current student Massiel Grullon ’14 will be showcasing her paintings Friday, Dec. 13, starting at 10 pm at, Store 54, located at 16 Harvard Ave. (in the basement), Allston, MA. There will be live bands by Beach Toys and Beware The Dangers of a Ghost Scorpion!
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Red Cross Board Chair Rich Weissman accepts a check from Montserrat students Claire Fenwick ’14 and Andrew Podziewski ’16 to aid in the Philippines relief effort after the students made and sold home made baked goods to raise money last week. Weissman is the Director of Corporate Education and an assistant professor at Endicott College, and accepted the check on behalf of the Northeast Chapter, American Red Cross, located in Peabody.
Background Artwork: Untitled by Alex Lukas
Photo credit: Samantha Lefrancois ’14
Crayons to Acrylics: An Art Education Thesis Show
Reception: Wed., Dec. 4, 5 – 8 pm
The Art Education Program of Montserrat College of Art and the Practicum students are pleased to present the artworks of their students in this annual celebration of the completion of their Pre-K-12 Initial Licensure requirements.
The exhibition features works on paper and mixed, traditional and digital media, in two and three dimensions, representing a selection of visual arts projects produced in the context of art classes assisted or taught by Practicum students Katrina Holland (BFA Illustration, 2013), Alyssa Kingston (BFA Painting, 2012), Geena Lopes (BFA Painting, 2013), Ashley Provencher (BFA Illustration, 2012), Rebecca Skrabely (BFA Painting, 2013) and Erin Wolf (BFA Photography, 2013).
Schools represented are Harrington Elementary School, Chelmsford, MA; Highlands Elementary School, Danvers, MA; Ellis Mendell Elementary School, Roxbury, MA; Susan B. Anthony Middle School, Revere, MA; Salem High School, Salem, MA; Revere High School, Revere, MA.
The Practicum internship consists in 300 hours of classroom experience usually completed in the Fall semester from September to December. Students enrolled in the program work with all students in visual art classes in a school of their choice, under the professional guidance of their Supervising Practitioner.
Here? No, There.
10 am - 9 pm
The culmination of the efforts of the Body as Art: Performance Art Fundamentals Class taught by Sandrine Schaefer at Montserrat College of Art will take place at 301 Gallery in a final event featuring the work of:
Dan DeRosato- 10am-12:30pm
Phoebe Warner- 11am-9pm
Dan Ceritto- 1pm-2pm
Tori Cossette- 3pm-9pm
For tickets and more information, visit:
Temple B’nai Abraham
200 E. Lothrop St., Beverly, MA
Phone: (978) 500-8832