Edison Arts Society offers scholarship to Kendall Park art student


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Angela Aoun received the Angelo Orlando Fellowship presented by the Edison Arts Society. Aoun, a resident of the Kendall Park section of southern Brunswick, is a student at Middlesex College. PHOTO COURTESY OF MIDDLESEX COLLEGE

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Angela Aoun received the Angelo Orlando Fellowship presented by the Edison Arts Society. Aoun, a resident of the Kendall Park section of southern Brunswick, is a student at Middlesex College. PHOTO COURTESY OF MIDDLESEX COLLEGE

Angela Aoun received the Angelo Orlando Fellowship presented by the Edison Arts Society.

Aoun, a resident of the Kendall Park section of southern Brunswick, is a student at Middlesex College.

“Angela is a star of the department, creating thoughtful and innovative work in all of her studio classes,” said Susan Altman, professor of fine arts and deputy chair of the department of visual, performing and media arts at Middlesex College. , in a prepared statement. “As an artist, Angela’s work has strong skills and is innovative in its ideas. She is always ready to experiment and try new ideas and to challenge herself to grow as an artist. Art is thought-provoking, and Angela has the ability to take an idea and explore all possibilities of execution. His ideation in his preliminary sketches is exemplary, looking at all possibilities, and exploring many ways of approaching the subject. We are in awe of his ability to receive feedback on his work, internalize it, synthesize it, and use it to improve.


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Kayleen C. Rice