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Virtual Art and Creativity Festival

Showcasing talent and creative expression from the Berkeley College Community. New exhibits launch annually in honor of National Distance Learning Week.


Howard Rothbard

Project Manager, Information Systems

200 pieces of oak in 3-D grid pattern to form a sphere. 


Suzanne Dinse

Administrative Asst. to COO, Woodland Park

Student, Graphic Design

My tikis are made with 4 foot high cardboard tubes used for concrete footings on buildings. , facial features are made with newspaper and paper towels then paper mached over the entire piece, then painted them to resemble wood, sealed them and stood them in bases with styrofoam and filled them with flowers.
Was a fun project!

"Chilly C's Treasures"

Carol Comegys

NYC Student, Business Management

My work I wish to exhibit is made of cardboard and crochet yarn. I create from scratch and all designs are my own creations. My cardboard art I consider my *Save the Earth Projects*. Recycling cardboard into art is special to me, I love creating birdhouses this is my way of recycling cardboard. I use paint, Spanish moss, bottle caps, silk flowers and whatever else is messy. My crochet is special to me, also. I design from my heart and many of my customers love what I design. I always create ***1 of a Kind***