ALBANY — Niskayuna students from all five elementary schools and both middle schools have had their artwork selected for display at the sixth annual K-8 Empire State Plaza Art Exhibit.
The collection consists of 92 works of abstract expressionist art displayed both in and around the plaza March 1–22 on the South Concourse, closest to the Madison Avenue entrance.
Students and parents are invited to a reception at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, March 5, on the South Concourse. Parking information and directions can be found here.
The students whose work will be shown are:
Iroquois: Kevin Abatto, Ethan Bechtel, Stephanie Brownell, David Coppola, Ava Fallone, Toby Goldner, Brian Hausman, Nick St. Louis, Josh Ulrich, Annika Waskiewicz and Peter Wilde.
Van Antwerp: Lucas Lynch, Jasmine Nautel, Kris Patel, Luke Sheeran and Maighread Wood.
Craig: Miles Elson, Kandahse Etienne, Gabriela Garcia, Levi Glenn, Liam Jamili, Alana Kearney, Jackson Kinne, Anthony Larsen, Kyla Larsen, James Mandrillo, Daniela Panetta and Himanshu Thumu.
Glencliff: Caleb Pack, MacLaren Richards, Jasraj Singh and Tiniki Van Niekerk.
Hillside: Celia Ballard, Kaleb Bordonaro, Jack Bridge, Nathaniel Buckley, Amanda Guiles, Hailey Ketcham, Luke Kouray, Joey Spindler, Sarah Valente, Santino Varrone, Riley Verschueren and Brendan Yan.
Rosendale: Natalie Birmingham, Rylan Cleay, William Dicaprio, Stella Giagni, Jason Lian, Kristal Lin, Makayla Matson, Carmella Murray, Giovani Naioti, Lincoln Rahner, Ada Ryan, Madison Snow, Jennifer Zheng and Max Zhen.
Birchwood: Zainab Ali, Nick Downing, Molly Duncan, Gerrit Dutcher, Saercia Farrell, Adam Fulton, Alana Giardenelli, Lily Gigante, Angelina Kollar, Caroline Kruggel, Bradyn Lewis, Evelyn Mok, Max Ren, Kelsey Richardson, Chelsea Richardson, Zoe Seeley, Mason Stanco, Sophia Thomaides and Claire Zonderman.
Correction: A previous version of this post misspelled Rosendale student Giovani Naioti’s first name as Giovanni.