Artists for All Seasons 2018 (Quick Recap) | Project HOME

Artists for All Seasons 2018 (Quick Recap)

  • Featured Artist Brian Kane
    Featured Artist Brian Kane
  • John Fry, President, Drexel University
    John Fry, President, Drexel University
  • Sister Mary Scullion and Jay Eisner (Artist for All Seasons Event Sponsor)
    Sister Mary Scullion and Jay Eisner (Artist for All Seasons Event Sponsor)
  • Featured Artist Casundra Pressley
    Featured Artist Casundra Pressley
  • Darlene Allen & Yolanda Porter Project HOME residents and Art Program participants
    Darlene Allen & Yolanda Porter Project HOME residents and Art Program participants
  • Rachel Ehrgood, Art Program Coordinator and Eddie Covert, Project HOME resident and Art Program participant
    Rachel Ehrgood, Art Program Coordinator and Eddie Covert, Project HOME resident and Art Program participant
Artists for All Seasons is a collection of artwork created by Project HOME residents and Art Program participants. The Project HOME Art Program helps to empower formerly homeless individuals, as well as low-income families, to express their journeys through art and reach their fullest potential.

All images featured in this blog post were originally taken by Shira Yudkoff.

On Thursday evening Drexel University President John Fry and Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design Dean Allen Sabinson joined Sister Mary Scullion and Joan Dawson McConnon for the opening reception of the "Artists for All Seasons" Art Show at Drexel University's URBN Center. The show featured art by Project HOME's residents and participants in the Art Program. Over 125 guests were in attendance, including Project HOME staff, sponsors, residents, and members of the Drexel University community.

The show featured work from artists Brian Kane, Wesley Mitchell, Casundra Pressley, and Evockeea Wayenaham and included pieces from additional Art Program participants, curated by Program Manager Rachel Ehrgood. Drexel President John Fry, Project HOME's Executive Director Sister Mary Scullion, Bonnie Eisner, and Project HOME's Rising Leaders Committee delivered remarks. Please enjoy our current slideshow and stay tuned for more from the night.

 

 

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Posted on 12/5/13