by Lori Wun, Art Teacher
Allendale Columbia’s 18-member Honors and Portfolio Seminar Art classes will hold their spring show and thesis exhibitions in the Anderson Alley Artist Studios. The opening reception is from 12:00 – 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 14th, at 250 N. Goodman Street, in photographer Richard Margolis’ studio and gallery on the fourth floor, #4-8.
The opening reception will be part of the April Second Saturday event in Rochester. Second Saturday is a monthly open studio event for galleries and museums throughout Rochester’s Neighborhood of the Arts. We are excited that our students will not only be welcoming the AC community, but also the Rochester public to their show.
If you go, there are two entrances into the building that say “Anderson Alley Artists” over them. There is street parking on Anderson, Goodman and College Streets, and you can also park in the Anderson Alley and Village Gate parking lots.
Lori WunLori has 18 years of experience as anÂ educatorÂ and has been an art teacher at AC for 14 of those years. She has taught grades 9-12,Â elementaryÂ andÂ middle school students, as well as university undergraduates. Lori is a practicing artist with bachelor'sÂ degrees in fine arts and art history from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the College of William and Mary, where she focused on drawing, painting, and modern art history. She earned a Master of Fine Arts Degree from the MarylandÂ InstituteÂ College ofÂ Art where sheÂ concentratedÂ on photographyÂ and video.
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