Eighteen Monroe-Woodbury artists participating in Human Rights exhibit

| 30 Nov 2017 | 06:01

CENTRAL VALLEY — Eighteen Monroe-Woodbury High School Portfolio Prep students are participating in "An Artist's Response to Human Rights" exhibition sponsored annually by the Orange County Human Rights Commission.
Art teacher Kathleen McGuckin-Van Gelder said the M-WHS artists reviewed and researched the 30 articles outlined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. They each chose one of the thirty articles and created visual interpretations in a variety of media.
Their artwork will be displayed at Orange Hall Gallery on the Middletown campus of SUNY Orange Dec. 1 through 14.
The opening reception will be on Sunday, Dec. 3, from 1 to 3 p.m.
The following students will be exhibiting artwork in the exhibition:
Grade 12
• Patricia Allen
• Brookelyn Burgos
• Patience Caccavale
• Alicia Duddy
• Lauren Eberhardt
• Hushaun Edwards
• Francesca Eisenhut
• Griffin Gagler
• Pedro Gonzalez
• Skye Lewis
• Brandon Palatino
• Sarah Rajput
• Krista Reyes
• Grace Rocks
• John Uhelsky
• Shannon Witherby
Grade 11
• Jon Koll
• Mackenzie Nonnon