Come join us for LIU Post’s Scholarship Portfolio Day on Saturday February 27th from 9am-1pm at Sculpture Building (Studio A). Show off your talents and have your portfolios be juried by our artisticly well-rounded faculty for a chance to win the Portfolio Scholarship.
Today there was an artists presentation conducted by the well-known artist Shirley Wegner at the Long Island Museum in Stony Brook, featuring five talented local artists from LIU Post and Stony Brook University. Audience members were able to experience the current trends of the art world including a one on one Q&A session with each artist.
The event featured a well rounded group of crafts such as, Photography, Installation, Painting, Sculpture and Video. Featured artists were, Santana Copeland, Ye-suel Choi, Catharine Katsafouros, Juan Lopez and Nicholas Warndorf.
Chris Ann Ambery, Juan Lopez Espantaleon, Nicholas Frizalone, Carrie-Anne Gonzalez, Hyon Hartberger, Samantha Hofsiss, Elizabeth Jordan, Susan Kelly, Candice Licalzi, Suzi Pastorelli, Victoria Pendzick, Emily Pfeifer, Isabelle Podrasky, Chelsea Soldner, Min Wu, and Yuan Yin.
Beth Giacummo, Joan Harrison, Michael Krasowitz, Lawerence Mesich, Peter Reginato, Ryan Seslow, and Christopher Stout.
Masters of Fine Arts Fall 2015 students setup for their first group show of the semester at the Ripe Art Gallery in Huntington, NY. Students hung their work alongside other well know artists such as Michael Krasowitz, Beth Giacummo, Lawrence Mesich, Joan Harrison and many more!
Here in professor Neill Slaughter’s class, our fall foundations students are just about to finish their second project of the semester.
With each passing project our students heighten their skills in drawing, by learning new approaches as far as techniques and materials, then by taking these learnings and applying them to better develop what they observe.