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“School One Alumni Artist Exhibition 1973-2006"

Opening Reception: Thursday, January 18, 2007 5-9pm
Artist’s Reception: Friday, January 26, 2007 5-7pm
Show Dates: January 16 – January 27, 2007

PROVIDENCE, RI (January 2007) Gallery Z is proud to be hosting an exhibition of alumni artists from School One, an innovative high school in Providence, RI, for two weeks during the month of January.

School One Alumni Artists 1973-2006 will be on display at Gallery Z from January 16th through January 27th, 2007. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, January 18th from 5-9 pm. There will also be an artist’s reception on Friday, January 26th, from 5-7pm. The exhibition will showcase the talent and creativity fostered by Aurel Peterson and the School One community. School One Alumni Artists 1973 - 2006 will feature the works artists Bruce Bowman, Elicia Castaldi, Eric Brown, John Tashjian, Katelin Dutton, Michael Owen, Missy Lee Therien, Elizabeth Potenza, Rachel Blackmen, William Augustus, Mel St. Laurent, Kotch Keiseris, and Michael DiPietro, among others. All artists featured in the exhibition are graduates of School One.

The exhibition is being held to commemorate the twenty-fifth anniversary of teacher Aurel Peterson, the Chairperson of the Art Department at School One. Peterson’s personal philosophy for teaching art is help students become connected with art, which in turn helps them find their creative selves. “A few of our students will go to art school, but my hope is for all of our students to continue to shoot photos, sketch, and go to museums…that art becomes part of their lives,” says Peterson of her twenty-five years teaching at School One.

Upon graduating, many School One students attend visual art colleges and universities, such as Savannah College of Art and Design, Rhode Island School of Design, MassArt, Montserrat, Maine College of Art, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Pratt, Parsons, Cooper Union, and California College of Arts. After completing their degrees, students find careers that incorporate their passion for art that was discovered at School One. Missy Lee Therien, class of 1985, is continuing her love of ceramics, currently residing in Florida where she works as a potter. School One graduate Elicia Castaldi, class of 1996, is the illustrator of the Putnam Press Children’s book, Miss Polly Had A Dolly, which combines Castaldi’s artwork with a centuries old rhyme. Castaldi has given the story what Penguin Books calls “an amazing new look.”

Since it’s opening in 2001, Gallery Z has successfully connected the public with the world of art. Director Bérge Ara Zobian continues to highlight the work of local, national, and international artists, giving them the opportunity to exhibit their pieces and communicate their messages through art. Consistent with their mission to give all artists the opportunity to share their work with the world, Gallery Z has generously volunteered to host the exhibition of School One's alumni artists.

Also on display at Gallery Z will be the Public Art Window, featuring ART Without Borders, a group supporting artists who actively promote artist’s rights both locally and internationally. ART without borders states that “through its commitment and interrogation, [art] is one of the most direct avenues for people to use to better understand each other, respect each other's values, and promote peace.” Members of ART Without Borders believe that artists are often the first to be persecuted because of their religious beliefs, political standpoints, ethnic backgrounds or artistic pursuits, and offer an organization that helps support the fight for rights around the world.