First row, from left: Eric Grohol, Wilkes-Barre; Diane Mariette, West Pittston; Bernice Neville, Ashley; Miranda Kropa (kneeling), Kingston; Mary Helen Kolessar, Wyoming; and Thomas Grey, Wilkes-Barre.
Second row: Shelly Campbell, Harveys Lake; Nichole La Fratte, West Wyoming; Barbara Rinehimer, Wapwallopen; Joe Latona, Plains; Colleen Coyne, Exeter; Erik Berlew, Dallas; Andrea Zagata, Shickshinny; Tina Noble, Wilkes-Barre; Christine Cortese, Jenkins Township; and Seth Kozlofsky, Nanticoke.
Absent from photo: Elizabeth Thomas, Forty Fort; Gina Gardjulis, Wilkes-Barre; Jolene Chimento, West Pittston; Dominique Conte, Wilkes Barre; and Barbara Baut, Nanticoke.
“Abilities through Art” exhibition to open at Main Street Galleries this Friday.
The Day Development Program of Community Counseling Services' Abilities through Arts Studio (Studio AtA) will hold an art exhibition and sale that includes paintings, jewelry and fiber arts by its talented artists on Friday, June 8 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Main Street Galleries, 370 Pierce Street, Kingston.
Studio AtA was created to demonstrate the talents of artists with various intellectual and physical disabilities. All proceeds from the sale directly support the art program at Studio AtA. This is the sixth year Main Street Galleries has hosted the exhibit. The exhibit will run through June 29.
For more information on the exhibit or the Abilities through Arts Studio, please contact Program Specialist Margaret Mould-Cooney at 570-552-3648.