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Out & About: WCCC art students start semester with new exhibit

Shirley McMarlin
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(From left) Andrew Barnette, Dean of Art, Humanities, Social Sciences and Public Service, joins art program chair Kathleen Dlugos, gallery manager and faculty member Christine Kocevar and art instructor Michael McDevitt at a Sept. 4 reception for a student art exhibition in the Science Hall Gallery at Westmoreland County Community College Youngwood campus.
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Exhibiting artists Hayley Stepinsky (from left) of Sewickley Township, Kae Spiering of New Kensington, Gabby Morse of Elizabeth and Danesi Palcic of Belle Vernon at a Sept. 4 reception for a student art exhibition in the Science Hall Gallery at Westmoreland County Community College Youngwood campus.
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A 3-D design by Katelyn Dicrescio is among pieces in a student art exhibition running through Sept. 20 in the Science Hall Gallery at Westmoreland County Community College Youngwood campus.
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Westmoreland County Community College students Mya Perkins of Youngwood (left) and Romaine Luhovey of Greensburg attended a Sept. 4 reception for a WCCC student art exhibition in the Science Hall Gallery on the Youngwood campus.
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Westmoreland County Community College students Cole Henderson of Harrison City (left) and Grace Comini of West Newton admire works in a WCCC student art exhibition, during a Sept. 4 reception in the Science Hall Gallery at the Youngwood campus.

Students at the Westmoreland County Community College Youngwood campus can see what their artistic peers are up to by popping into the art gallery in the Science Innovation Center.

A new show of student art opened with a Sept. 4 reception and continues through Sept. 20.

And it’s not just for students — faculty, staff and the public are invited to come and take a look, too.

The featured work was created during the spring and summer semesters by students in 2-D and 3-D design, printmaking, drawing and topography classes.

Most of the pieces were selected by the instructors, according to associate art professor Kathleen Dlugos. Others were submitted by students themselves to be juried for inclusion.

Among artists and art lovers attending the reception were Cole Henderson, Grace Comini, Hayley Stepinsky, Kae Spiering, Gabby Morse, Danesi Palcic, Mya Perkins, Romaine Luhovey, Natasha Ennis, Drew Ennis, PJ and Tracey Palcic, Ryan Brooks, Martin Trach, Kassie Rodkey and Betty Burgess; along with faculty members Christine Kocevar and Michael McDevitt, and Andrew Barnette, dean of the School of Art, Humanities, Social Sciences and Public Service.

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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