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Moravian College Senior Show in Payne Gallery Through May 11

Bethlehem, Pa., April 30, 2010—Payne Gallery at Moravian College is exhibiting the artwork of Moravian’s talented students until May 11. The Senior Show is an annual exhibition of graduating students’ work and research from every discipline within the Art Department offered at the College.  It represents four years of hard work and dedication and includes a wide range of media: painting, drawing, photography, graphic design, printmaking, video, and web design.

The Show gives the Moravian College community the opportunity to appreciate and celebrate the achievements of the students. The following seniors are featured in this year’s exhibition.

For Graphic Design: Jason Bonilla, Whitestone, N.Y.; Rebecca Friedman, Washington, N.J.; Laura Hullfish, Lawrenceville, N.J.; Taylor Leonard, Mechanicsburg, Pa.; Melissa Marcin, Clark, N.J.; Katherine Moyer, Jillian Pagliel, Ivyland, Pa.; Nikole Raskovic, Bethlehem, Pa.; Courtney Rosenberg, North Cape May, N.J., and Matthew Sanders, Allentown, Pa.

For Art Education: Kaitlyn Boyer, Oley, Pa.;  Kristine George, Northampton, Pa.;  Anna Heim, Moorestown, N.J.; Rachel Matus, Doylestown, Pa.;  Aliina Ross, Paoli, Pa.; and Eric Zwetolitz.

For Studio Art: Stephanie Mount, Conshohocken, Pa.; Flora Robertson, Hawley, Pa.; Nicole Shamy, Easton, Pa.; and Alison Whitaker, Medfield, Mass.

For Art History: Michelle Fraser, Bethlehem, Pa.; Elizabeth Mayer, Shaker Heights, OH; and Diana Ruggiano, Schwenksville, Pa.

For a Photography minor:  Sarabeth Brockley, Allentown, Pa.; and Gillian Raines, Bethlehem, Pa.

For aspects of their Individually Designed majors: James Ravelle, Bethlehem, Pa.; and Jacob Sauer, Norristown, Pa.

The Payne Gallery is located on the Priscilla Payne Hurd Campus in Historic Bethlehem.  The Gallery is open 11:00 to 4:00 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, and closed Mondays, holidays and during school breaks. Admission and parking are free, and it is wheelchair accessible.  Please call the Art Department at 610-861-1680 for additional information.