Art work by Kristen Ortega of Bethel was chosen for the University of Hartford's Goldfarb Juried Student Exhibition.
This exhibition, which includes works from the Hartford Art School's most talented students, will be on display in the University's Joseloff Gallery through Feb. 20. The gallery is located on the UHart campus at 200 Bloomfield Ave., West Hartford, CT.
Each year, an invited juror chooses the artwork to be displayed, and then selects two winners of the $1,000 Purchase Prize. The 2020 juror was Namulen Bayarsaihan, Director of Education, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.
This exhibition and purchase prizes are funded in part by the Alexander A. Goldfarb Endowment Trust at HAS Endowment, Inc.
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