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124th Annual Adult Student Exhibition Closing Reception

For 124 years, the Annual Adult Student Exhibition has celebrated the vibrant artwork created by Fleisher’s students. The exhibition provides students with the opportunity to show their work in a public gallery, with cash prizes awarded to students in a wide spectrum of mediums, including:

– Drawing
– Works on Paper (Collage & Watercolor)
– Representational Painting (Still Life, Landscape and Figure Painting)
– Abstract Painting
– Ceramics
– Sculpture (including mixed media)
– Fiber Arts & Crafts (Fabric Work, Book Arts, Mosaics, Framing, Jewelry)
– Printmaking (Screenprinting, Lithography, Etching, Woodcut, Pronto Plate Lithography, Monoprinting)
– Photography (Digital, Darkroom)
– Digital (Photoshop, Animation, Video)

The 2022 Annual Adult Student Exhibition will be on view in Fleisher’s galleries from December 1, 2022 through January 27, 2023.


The virtual awards ceremony will be hosted on Zoom. Registration information will be available by December 1. Fleisher will also host a closing reception in the galleries on Friday, January 27th from 6–8 pm.

To learn more, visit the exhibition page.

About the Juror

Yvonne Lung is an Asian-American interdisciplinary artist with work ranging from sculpture, performance, and video to social practice. Using her heritage as a vehicle to address shared experiences despite cultural differences, Lung’s work is about social change through interaction and learning what we have in common.

The artist received her MFA from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and her BFA from Texas Tech University. She is currently an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Tyler School of Art and Architecture at Temple University, the General Manager of Nichole Canuso Dance Company, and the Ceramic Studio Coordinator at the University City Arts League.

Artist residencies include Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Manymini Residency, Art Omi International Artist Residency, and Asian Arts Initiative’s Social Practice Lab. She has received project grants from the Velocity Fund and the Leeway Foundation’s Art and Change Grant for Social Change.

She is currently the co-captain of the Philadelphia Chinatown Dragon Boat Team and a member of the Radical Asian American Womxn’s Collective in Philadelphia. She lives with her life partner in Northeast Philadelphia.

Featured image: Collateral Damage, Kathy Lieb. Created in Critique Seminar with Fran Gallun and featured in 2022 Annual Adult Student Exhibition.