Albion students’ artwork displayed by BOCES superintendent

Posted 14 March 2016 at 12:00 am

Provided photo – Albion student Brooklyn Moore and Dr. Clark Godshall, superintendent of the Orleans/Niagara BOCES, show off the display that features her photography.

Press Release, Orleans/Niagara BOCES

MEDINA – Dr. Clark Godshall, superintendent of the Orleans/Niagara BOCES, has decided to use the walls of his office waiting room as a gallery for students’ artwork in the BOCES program.

He recently put out a call to his administrators that he wants to show off the creativity of the various classes at both the career and technical education centers and the special education sites.

For the next couple of months a student in Crystal Hall-Cirillo’s Graphic Arts class at the Orleans Career and Technical Education Center will submit photography to grace the walls.

Brooklyn Moore, a senior from Albion, said she was proud that her artwork was chosen.

“Photography is a real passion of mine and something I would like to have as a sideline business as I work my way through college,” she said.

Brooklyn will be going to Genesee Community College for general studies then complete her bachelor’s degree in graphic design at Robert Wesleyan College in Rochester.

Lily Strickland, a former student, also contributed a photo to balance out the display.