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GTL Exhibits

Arts Alive, GTL Exhibit, March 2019


Celebrating Arts Alive at the Gannett-Tripp Library

(March 1-31, 2019)

The GTL lobby showcases will feature the works of the EC Juried Student Art winner Emily Clark '19 and EC alumna Christina Nurczynski '14 throughout the month of March. Emily's proposal to exhibit her portfolio of traditional film photographs was selected for this show by juror Laurie Snyder, retired professor from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Professor Snyder noted Emily's "attention to small moments of beauty evident in all of her photos." Emily's proposal, as well as the works exhibited in the past, can be found at this link:

The art of EC alumna Christina Nurczynski '14 is also on display at the GTL in March. Christina, who was the EC Juried Student Art winner in her senior year at Elmira College, graduated with a BA in Art with a dual concentration in sculpture and painting. Christina is from Owego, New York and has lived in Corning for the past four years where she works as the Program Manager for 171 Cedar Arts Center. She is an active member of the Sister Cities Association of Corning, New York, whose mission is to promote peace though international exchange programs. She serves on the Sister Cities board, marketing committee, and Kakegawa, Japan, delegation committee. In 2016, Christina traveled to Japan, where she explored Tokyo and Kyoto, and, most importantly, was a guest in the homes of three Japanese families in Kakegawa. This experience developed her world view and created a visible change in her art. Christina has transitioned away from primarily representational artwork, and has moved toward the artistic freedom of abstract work, often inspired by the art of Heather Day and Anne Wilson.

The exhibit is free and open to the public, and can be viewed during regular library hours. (For the library's schedule, visit the GTL home page,

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