Hotchkiss Art Students Selected for 'Future Voices' Exhibit

Above image: Quarantine Junk # 3 by Claire Wang ’21

Six Hotchkiss students were selected for inclusion in the 'Future Voices' exhibit presented by Connecticut-based Shoreline Art Alliance. The exhibit prospectus called for student works addressing contemporary issues related to social justice, the environment, and a variety of other political and economic topics. The exhibition will be presented virtually and includes eleven works by the students.

Congratulations to Anna Gardiner ’23, Grace Li ’21, Yuka Masamura ’21, Nicole Morikawa ’21, Olya Sukonrat ’21, and Claire Wang ’21!

View the exhibit here.

From the Alliance's website: For 40 years, Shoreline Arts Alliance has enriched Connecticut’s cultural landscape through our programs, arts advocacy, and mission to Transform Lives Through the Arts. At the heart of our mission is a commitment to Educate, Encourage, Enrich, and Engage and we follow these guiding principles in all areas of our work.


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