Two Sem Seniors Participate in an Exhibition at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery | Arts & Culture
When Calloused, a new exhibition featuring the work of young artists throughout Western New York and Southern Ontario, opens on May 3 at the world-renowned Albright-Knox Art Gallery, two seniors from Buffalo Seminary will be among the enthusiastic participants.
Left Brained by Grace Clauss, a senior at Sem, is one of 53 works that were chosen from more than 720 student submissions for this special exhibition, organized through the Future Curators Teen Program at the Albright-Knox. The Future Curators are all students in the 11th and 12th grades. This year, the program features 13 curators representing nine area high schools. Grace’s classmate, Isabella Buscarino, was chosen earlier this year to be a Future Curator.
Calloused will be on view at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, located at 1285 Elmwood Avenue in Buffalo, N.Y., from Thursday, May 3, through Sunday, June 17, 2012..
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