KCC Student Art Show underway

KCC Student Art Show underway

Exhibition on view until May 1

KCC Student Art Show underway

Posted On: 04/24/19

The 2019 Kankakee Community College Student Art Exhibition is on display until May 1 in the KCC art gallery on the lower level of the Harold and Jean Miner Memorial Library.

“The KCC Student show is the exciting culmination of a year of hard work for our artists,” said KCC Professor Chelise Slowik.  “We are so proud of the hard work and growth they’ve made, and the quality of the artwork produces a stunning exhibition.”

There are 88 artworks by 25 students on display. The artwork represents a wide variety of styles and mediums, including drawing, painting, ceramic and sculpture.

“KCC is the perfect place, not only for students who are embarking on their career in the arts, but for those who want to explore different media in order to enrich their lives with creativity,” Slowik said.

Gallery hours are 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Fridays.  Closed on the weekends.

The public is invited to a reception for the artists from 5:30-7 p.m. Wednesday, May 1. Refreshments will be served.

KCC is located south of downtown Kankakee near River Road, off U.S. 45-52, or take Interstate 57 to Exit 308 and follow the signs. Directions are at www.kcc.edu/directions.

For more information, phone the KCC Art Department, at 815-802-8718.
Students whose work is on display (by city) are:

  • Aroma Park: Vanessa Salazar.
  • Bourbonnais: Alexandra Dubravec, Alain Jacobs, Diana Voyt, James Voyt, Gabrielle Wagner, Grace Wahlen and Brandon Wray.
  • Bradley: Jessica Schilaci and Claire Tanner.
  • Clifton: Hannah Davis.
  • Fort Wayne, Ind.: Isabelle Hille.
  • Kankakee: Eloy Baez, Jose Batana, Zack Muniz, Jane Osberg and Julian Rice.
  • Manteno: Dominique MacLean.
  • Peotone: Harley Rudish.
  • Piper City: Crystal Coffey.
  • St. Anne: Holly Coulter.
  • Watseka: Courtney Heath, Larissa Johnson, Mikaela Nissen and Nathan Wilson.

Shown above "Who is the Fairest of Them All" by Zach Muniz of Kankakee.