Wired Gallery presents the Ulster County Teen Show

Posted 5/13/20

Wired Gallery is pleased to present Ulster County Teen Show featuring works by 28 young artists based in Ulster County between the ages of 12 and 18.

To safeguard everyone from Covid-19, the show …

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Wired Gallery presents the Ulster County Teen Show

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Wired Gallery is pleased to present Ulster County Teen Show featuring works by 28 young artists based in Ulster County between the ages of 12 and 18.

To safeguard everyone from Covid-19, the show is available for viewing through Zoom video conferencing only. To make an appointment simply email thewiredgallery@gmail.com or call (682) 564-5613.
On Sunday, May 31, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. a virtual reception on Zoom will provide the general public an opportunity to meet and chat with the artists and have a live guided tour of the show as hung at the gallery. To request a Zoom invitation to the reception, please email thewiredgallery@gmail.com.
 Among the 28 selected artists, nine were unable to access their work and deliver them to the gallery due to school and studio closures. Those six artists’ works are available for viewing online at www.thewiredgallery.com. All other artists have their works displayed at Wired Gallery.
 

Taylor Ascarino, Denver Baca*, Sam Bigler*, Brooke Bogart, Evalyse Bradley, Serafina Broome, August Carrollhach, Katie Cushman, MF Daint, Bernice DeLauras*, Rose Dermody, Alexandra (Sasha) Fraser, Fiona Green, Orion Helffrich, Connor Hoffstatter, Natalie Horberg, Lucinda Jennings, Django Lionel*, Hannah Mangione, Hattie Nichols*, Tafari Saunders*, Autumn Schouten*, Jacob Schouten*, Ivy Silvesrtis, Sarah Sullivan, Pippa Sweet, Beatrice Wilhelm, Roan Wilson*
(* online only/accepted but not showing at the gallery)
 
Approximately 35 artists submitted over 100 works, including drawings, paintings, ceramics, sculptures, pastels, digital images, photography, and more. The artists come from a diverse background. Some are home schooled and make art at home, while others take classes locally, attending private as well as public schools. Submissions came from over ten schools and five homeschool families. The selection was made by artist and art educator Melanie Delgado and Wired gallerist Sevan Melikyan.
 The show will also feature several works by Melanie Delgado, the show’s main curator.

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