Interior Architecture Students Propose Designs for Underutilized Buildings in Scranton


Candidates for the Master of Arts degree in Interior Architecture/ Design at Marywood University proposed new ideas for underutilized buildings in Scranton. The exhibit, Lost but Not Least, will be on display in The Connell Building as part of the First Friday Scranton Art Walk on Friday, May 6 from 5-9 p.m. The Connell Building is located at 129 N. Washington Avenue Scranton.

The buildings that were researched were the North Scranton Junior High School, the Watres Armory, the Scranton Iron Furnaces, the Steamtown Mall, and the Central New Jersey Railroad Freight Station.

Students exhibiting include, Lauren Arena, Rochester, NY; Amanda Fischer, Philadelphia; Lizzy Green,  Tamaqua; Amanda Hunisch, Moosic; Alexandra Spaciano, Dallas; Julianne Townsend, Cortland, NY; Emily West, West Caldwell, NJ.

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Student Julianne Townsend's rendering of the Central New Jersey Railroad Freight Station on Lackawanna Ave. 

 

 

 

In addition, fourteen art students will display, 8 Arrondissement, on Friday May, 6 from 6-9p.m. in The Electric Theatre Company. The exhibit is a collection of artwork reflecting a spring break trip to Paris, France.

Students include: Santina Amendola, Rachel Baratz, Meghan Calderon, Allison Cassara, Jordan Fortuner, Leah Hall, Kerry Janson, Kaylin Kirk, Rachel Lawrick, Kate Prislupski, Maria Stakias, Kaitlin Staples, Jess Tullo, and Katie Zwick.

The Electric Theatre Company is located at 326 Spruce St. Scranton.