iCreate 2018 exhibits the impressive work of young artists exploring social criticisms and various aspects of our culture.
The exhibition is organized by nine high school seniors who form the Bruce Museum’s [email protected] committee: Justin Rodriguez and Anika Rabenhorst from Greenwich High School; Julia Levy and Abby Glaser from Scarsdale High School; Abby Kaiser from Byram Hills High School; and Nadia Czebiniak, Emma Love, Liam Morrill, and Emily Neuner from Darien High School.
“The perspective of high schoolers is often forgotten in our society, a society where the power you possess equates to your voice,” says Rabenhorst. “Being able to celebrate the young minds of artists in our community through iCreate has been extremely unique and exciting.”
“This exhibit is a chance for art students to get recognition in the museum world for their work,” says Czebiniak. “There is so much amazing artwork, it’s very hard to choose such a small number of pieces. Congratulations to all the winners!”
There will also be voting for a People’s Choice Award which will be awarded on August 5. You can cast your vote by visiting iCreate before then.
The iCreate exhibition is underwritten by the Charles M. and Deborah G Royce Exhibition Fund, with support from the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Foundation.
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