student art hanging in gallery

Works by Hazen students Gabriela Stanciu, Chloe Laflam, and Finn Burgess hang in The Charles M. and Hanna H. Gray Gallery at Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital (NVRH).

Hazen Union Art Students Exhibit their Work at Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital

Hazen Union students’ artwork is on exhibit March 2 through March 31 at The Charles M. and Hanna H. Gray Gallery at Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital (NVRH) in St. Johnsbury. Although the NVRH Gallery show will run through May 1, Hazen student work will only be exhibited through March 31, when it will be removed so it can be featured at the OSSU Art in Bloom festival on Tuesday, April 4, at 6:00 PM, at The Highland Center for the Arts in Greensboro.

Art by the following Hazen students is featured: Georgia Allen, Jordan Baker, Rowan Book, Finn Burgess, Jonah Fliegelman, Chloe Laflam, Elizabeth Molina, Alexis Pecor, Ava Renaud, and Gabriela Stanciu. Click this link for a complete list of Hazen student works represented,

“What is so striking about this exhibit is the diversity of mediums,” Art Gallery Curator Jennifer Layn said. “There are black and white photos, connected by the theme of hands. There are sculptures and paintings and sketches. The talent in this exhibit is truly impressive.”

In addition to Hazen Union, art by students attending The Arlington School, Lyndon Institute, and St. Johnsbury Academy will also be on exhibit.

Hazen Union provides its students with an extensive and comprehensive visual art curriculum and offers a wide array of courses focusing on drawing, painting, sculpture, studio art and printmaking. Collaborating with CCV, Hazen Union students can obtain college credit through a dual enrollment program. Additionally, Hazen Union offers a chapter of the National Art Honor Society that allows visual art students to engage in arts-based community service and volunteer projects, meeting high standards of academic scholarship, character, and service. Click this link to learn more about Hazen Union’s art program.

Cynthia Camber, Visual Art Teacher, teaches Watercolor & Acrylic Painting, Introduction to Studio Art, Studio Art Honors, AP Studio Art, and online art courses with VTVLC.  Cynthia also oversees Hazen Union's chapter of the National Art Honor Society.

James Lockhart, Visual Art Teacher and Fine and Performing Arts Department Chair, teaches Art I, Drawing I and II, Sculpture, and Printmaking for Profit.

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