Three recent Western Connecticut State University graduates and two current students were awarded "Art at Ives" scholarships. The alumni and students displayed their work alongside professional artists during the second annual Art at Ives, Juried Fine Art & Crafts Show this Memorial Day Weekend at Ives Concert Park in Danbury.
Jasmine Bailey, of Torrington, displayed her senior capstone project, the animated short film “Star Story.” Bailey also will have ink drawings, mixed media illustrations and paintings on display and for sale. Killian Bradbury, of Bethel, displayed her illustrations; and Taylor Dalton, of Colebrook, presented her ceramic endeavors.
The three graduated from WestConn on May 21st.
Nghiep Luu, of Danbury, who is pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration in Supervisory Management, displayed his origami creations and give demonstrations on the ancient art of folding during the three-day event. Brian McCarley, also of Danbury, who is pursuing a Master of Science in Counselor Education - Clinical Mental Health, displayed his ceramic and leather workmanship.