Announcing the 20 Over 60 Senior Art Show

The 20 Over 60 Senior Art Show featured artwork from 20 accomplished NYC artists over the age of 60.

Taking place May 18 - May 25 at Center on the Square (20 Washington Square North), the juried show presented a diverse array of styles and forms, including acrylic, oil, photography and mixed media. The show helped to raise funds for senior programming at Greenwich House, with 40% of proceeds from works sold donated to the organization.

If you have questions or would like more information about the show, please contact Lauren Hennessy or call 212-991-0003, ext. 402.

We thank our esteemed panel of New Yorkers who served as jurors for this exhibition.

Deborah Leiderman has been a staff editor in various departments at The New York Times since 1998, most recently as a Staff Editor on the Culture Desk. She was on the winning team for the American Copy Editors Society, Division V in 2004. Prior to the Times, Leiderman was on staff at The Washington Times, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Hagerstown Herald-Mail and the Detroit Free Press. She has a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park. Leiderman also plays an active role in her community, volunteering with Limmud NY and at a shelter run by her synagogue, B'nai Jeshurun.

Stephanie Simon covers art and culture in all its many forms across the five boroughs for NY1 News. After graduating with highest honors from Temple University, she continued to report and anchor, first for WAFL 97.7 FM in Milford, DE, then WEST 1400 AM in Easton, PA, and later WSHU Public Radio in Fairfield, CT. Stephanie also worked as a producer at WHYY TV-12 in Philadelphia-Wilmington before arriving at NY1 News as a producer in 1997. She has earned numerous journalism awards for her work in both television and radio, including the Gracie Allen Award in 2003. In September 2005, Stephanie founded "From the Art of New York," a charity art auction and exhibition to benefit Gulf Coast victims of Hurricane Katrina. She is also on the Board of Directors of The Alliance of New York State Arts Organizations.

Adam Welch received his MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University (2003) and BFA from Northern Arizona University (2000). He has exhibited and lectured in the US and abroad and has taught at Peters Valley, New Jersey City University, Kingsborough Community College, Virginia Commonwealth University, Princeton University and has been teaching at Greenwich House Pottery since 2007. In 2011, he was named Director of Greenwich House Pottery. 

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