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Drawing Classes Perform Community Service

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Posted: Tuesday Dec 4, 2012

Dec. 4, 2012

Two classes of Saint Vincent College art students studying figure drawing completed service projects recently at the NHS School in Whitney and at the Mountain View Specialty Care Center.

The students are studying under the direction of Br. Mark Floreanini, O.S.B., assistant professor of fine arts. Arrangements for the service were completed by Kelly King, director of service learning and campus outreach.

Students who drew at NHS School included Alesha Ankrom, a junior graphic design major from Latrobe; Ganjofarid Anvarzod, a freshman graphic design major from Butler; Brett Cox, a sophomore business major from Pittsburgh (15227); Ryan Gilbert, a freshman graphic design major from Delmont; Emma Hamling, a freshman art education major from North Haven, Connecticut; Matthew Hedfors, a senior accounting major from Murrysville; Anthony Nemanic, a junior mathematics/engineering major from Greensburg; Maxwell Schrenk, a senior communication major from Pittsburgh (15202); Maria Solomond, a junior computer science major from Wexford; and Hope Swain, a senior English major from Evans City.

Those who drew at Mountain View included Mark Cal, a freshman liberal arts major from Miami, Florida; Emily Daub, a junior psychology major from McKees Rocks; Shelby Geary, a junior history major from Normalville; Kassia Krol, a junior chemistry major from Elizabeth; Jairus Marlow, a senior communication major from West Palm Beach, Florida; Sadie Stresky, a senior communication major from Allison Park; Jonathan Vega, a junior computer science major from Fairfax, Virginia; and Kelsie Zoppetti, a freshman undecided major from Latrobe.

The students gave the portraits as gifts to each of their subjects.


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