Stamford art teachers featured in new library exhibit
STAMFORD — Fourteen art teachers from nine Stamford Public Schools will have their work displayed in a new exhibit opening at the Ferguson Library this week.
The exhibit, which runs through May 2, was made possible through Christine Irvin, president of the Stamford Art Association, district content leader Module Downer and Stamford High School art teacher Paul Cusano. The group worked together to create a professional exhibit which allowed Stamford’s art teachers a chance for their artwork to be viewed by the public. It will feature an array of genres including patinings, drawing and photography.
The show will open Jan. 24 at 6 p.m. in the third floor auditorium gallery of the Ferguson Library. The Westhill High School Jazz ensemble will perform and Brian White, associate superintendent for teaching and learning, will be speaking.
Stamford High teachers Allison Alter, Timothy Eaton-Koch, Claudia Noel Nerreau, KD Wheeler, Cusano and Downer will have work featured alongside Academy of Information Technolog and Engineering teachers Nancy Kelly and Vincent Urbanowski. Davenport Ridge Elementary School teachers Phyllis Lodato-Suppa and Katherine Noe, Rogers International School teachers Laurie Ferrante and Margaret Sulik, Dolan Middle School teacher Justin Shay, Westhill High School teacher Catherine Ramsey and K.T. Murphy Elementary School teacher Deborah Sticher Nolasco will also have work in the show.