Mohawk Valley Community College graduate Doe Keh of Utica was named one of three winners of the 2017-2018 Best of SUNY Student Art Exhibition, which showcases work by student artists from across SUNY’s 64 campuses.

Keh, a photography major who graduated in May, won for his piece, “Day Dreaming,” which will be on display at the State University Plaza in Albany through mid-December. Keh also received a $1,000 scholarship.

“In an era focused on big data, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, it’s easy to overlook the importance of the humanities, but the liberal arts will help create a generation that can think critically and creatively — art is a huge part of that,” said SUNY Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson. “Congratulations to all of our students who are in the Best of SUNY Student Art Exhibition, and I thank them for sharing a part of themselves through their inspiring and passionate artwork.”

Four other MVCC art students were finalists in the SUNY 2017-2018 Best of Student Art Spring Exhibition. They are:

Kristen Alger, for her piece “The Wolf of Yellowstone”
Quinn Coniguliaro, for his piece “The Cosmic Experience Inn”

 

*   Rachael Duchnycz, for her piece “Home”

 

*   Alison Sbiroli, for her piece “Spider Web”

Mohawk Valley Community College’s Art Department offers programs in Digital Animation, Fine Arts, Graphic Arts Technology, Graphic Design, Illustration, Media Marketing and Management, and Photography. The department strives to provide students with tools in visual literacy, hands-on technical skills, and a strong background in theoretical and historical knowledge. For more information, visit www.mvcc.edu/artd<http://www.mvcc.edu/artd>.

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