The senior thesis exhibition is the capstone experience for WCSU art majors who will be graduating in May with a Bachelor of Arts degree. There are four areas of concentration within the arts program: graphic design, illustration, photography and studio art. Each concentration will be featured in the exhibition.
The graphic design majors will include: Kathleen Barta, of New Milford; Randy Blissett, of Hartford; Anna Burns, of Bethel; Justin Buto, of New Fairfield; Alissa DeGregorio, of Danbury; Ryan Greene, of Sandy Hook; Victoria Grennan, of Coventry; Ashley Hampton, of Norwich; Samantha Hummel, of Oxford; Nicholas Jakoboski, of New Fairfield; Natalya Kurjiaka, of Danbury; Zeqiang Li, of Stamford; Joseph Massimo, of Brewster, N.Y; Kim Neel, of Danbury; Anthony Pensiero, of Stamford; Timothy Porter, of Plainville; Nicholas Saward, of Danbury; Alexandre Teixeira, of Bethel; and Gabrielle Waterman, of Niantic.
Illustration majors include: Jerry Bazile, of Danbury; Heather Brasche, of Burlington; Gabriella Ciocca, of Seymour; Emily Gombos, of Woodbury; Karyn Hazel, of Danbury; Luke Kennedy, of Danbury; Jessica Long, of Waterbury; Shavonna Person, of Danbury; and Mary Ellen Sperle-Pataro, of Carmel, N.Y.
Photography majors include: Amanda Emanuel, of West Redding; Shaina Fogel, of Norwalk; Haley Ford, of Naugatuck; Megan Pirron, of Wilton; and Heather Testa, of Naugatuck.
Studio Art majors include three painters: Jessica Dey, of Winsted; Whitney Foster, of Beaufort, N.C.; and Jasmine Hunter, of Norwalk; and one sculptor: Timothy Schweitzer, of Babylon, N.Y.
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