Cranbury youth art on display to take center stage at Gourgaud


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Cranbury School students will have their work on display inside the Gourgaud Gallery during March in celebration of National Youth Art Month.

The gallery located inside Cranbury Township Town Hall on 23 North Main St. is the location where students work can be view by fellow residents and visitors for the month of March.

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The exhibition at the gallery officially opens on March 4 from 1-3 p.m. and goes through March 30.

Gourgaud Gallery, which is open to the public, is open from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. from Monday through Friday.

According to the school district, the artwork that will be shown are from students in kindergarten through eighth grade and the art had been selected by Art teacher Stacey Crannage.

The criteria that had been used to select consisted of technique, originality, and showcasing the student’s unique strengths and talents. Student artwork will include paintings, drawings, sculpture, and other mediums.

In Cranbury, Chief School Administrator Jennifer Diszler’s February report to the Board of Education, students who have been selected to have their artwork showcased are:

Sophia Bowers, Julia Camamis, Timothee Deltour, Nora Feinberg, Liam Gao, Caitlin Golisano, Nathaniel Cherkassky, Brooklyn Franklin, Ajube Hagan, Francis Li, Sanan Sarkuni, Ariv Shetty.

Xavier Weissenburger, Caitlin Zheng, Naomi Hodgett, Ella Lindenfeld, Vera Pagano, Nisha Patel, Yash Patel, Emma Peters, Lillian Pitts, Leo Zhou, Ryan Banks, Parker Ciancia, Koji Huang, Jack Kenavey, Charlette Mackenzie, Kunal Mogha, Cole Schirmer, Alexander Souers, Vidhur Vennamaneni, Anning Bi-Pan, Lukas Ftikas, Arjun Karra, Bilal Mobin-Uddin, Inaya Mohiuddin.

Madelyn Nikitiades, Ava Niziolek, Siri Sama, Bryce Suhocki, Kavya Singh, Mary
Barnes, Simran Bawa, D’Alessandro Gramajo-Godinez, Dylan Heimmel, Samuel Kenavey,
Anwita Tadai, Peter Terhaar, Esme Verhelle, Benjamin Deverin, Vivian Hodgett, Maeve
Hughes, Heyin Lee, Imaan Majeed, Kieran McCleary, Arjun Padmasola.

Adrianna Rizzo, Abeera Shahid, Sarvesh Sreenivas, Ethan Tang, Sanya Bhatt, Austin Crannage, Cassandra Farran, Veronica Hana, Gabriel Markham, Elizabeth Wong, Bora Akbay, Isabella Brescia, Colin Fitzgerald, Taylor Hamerschlag, Alexandra Hoffman, Chen Jiang, Ryan Mahoney, Kseniya Petukh and Charlie Raymond.

In other news:

25th Annual Craft Show

The Cranbury Education Foundation Craft Show has 115 exhibitors taking part in the 25th Annual Craft Show on March 4-5.

The Craft Show will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on March 4 and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on March 5 at The Cranbury School on 23 N. Main St. in Cranbury.

Admission is $5 for those age 13 and up, but children under 13 are free.

The annual Craft Show is a fundraiser for Cranbury Education Foundation.

There will be exhibitors with works such as jewelry, art, photography, pottery, candles, pet apparel, clothing, and gourmet foods.

The funds raised from the event will go towards upgraded areas within the referendum project to support the highest quality of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, mathematics).

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