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Artistic members of the Stony Brook University community displayed their ceramic pieces at a reception for art show “The Clay Effect,” hosted by the Student Activities Center Art Gallery on Nov. 14. The reception marks the beginning of a juried ceramic competition that will take place between Dec. 4 and Dec. 5.

According to Janice Costanzo, the organizer of the event, the competition was opened to current Stony Brook students as well as alumni and other members of the community.

While the art work is on display, visitors of the gallery will be able to see many ceramic art pieces, including a piece created by Kareema Roushdy called, “Neferkiki.” Roushdy says that the piece is a self-portrait of her and symbolizes her Egyptian heritage.

Another piece of work on display is Stony Brook senior Makenzie Suben’s “Spin the Bottle.” According to Suben, the piece that she created was made using a single bottle and took her approximately two months to complete.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see these beautiful artistic works of “The Clay Effect,” which will be on display in the SAC art gallery through Dec. 5.


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