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‘Eco vs. Ego’ Pushes Creative Bounds at Guild Hall

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Scenes from the opening of Guild Hall's

Scenes from the opening of Guild Hall's "Student Art Festival: Eco vs. Ego." JESSICA DALENE

Scenes from the opening of Guild Hall's

Scenes from the opening of Guild Hall's "Student Art Festival: Eco vs. Ego." JESSICA DALENE

Artist Beau Bree Rhee, right center, works with a group of East Hampton High School students on their piece for

Artist Beau Bree Rhee, right center, works with a group of East Hampton High School students on their piece for "Eco vs. Ego" at Guild Hall. ANNIKA SMITH

Artist Beau Bree Rhee, left center, works with a group of East Hampton High School students on their piece for

Artist Beau Bree Rhee, left center, works with a group of East Hampton High School students on their piece for "Eco vs. Ego" at Guild Hall. ANNIKA SMITH

Artist Beau Bree Rhee works with a group of East Hampton High School students on their piece for

Artist Beau Bree Rhee works with a group of East Hampton High School students on their piece for "Eco vs. Ego" at Guild Hall. ANNIKA SMITH

Artist Beau Bree Rhee works with a group of East Hampton High School students on their piece for

Artist Beau Bree Rhee works with a group of East Hampton High School students on their piece for "Eco vs. Ego" at Guild Hall. ANNIKA SMITH

A detail of East Hampton High School's piece for

A detail of East Hampton High School's piece for "Eco vs. Ego" at Guild Hall. ANNIKA SMITH

Artist Beau Bree Rhee, front left, works with a group of East Hampton High School students on their piece for

Artist Beau Bree Rhee, front left, works with a group of East Hampton High School students on their piece for "Eco vs. Ego" at Guild Hall. ANNIKA SMITH

Admiring the collaborative project between Wainscott School and Sagaponack School with artist Liz Joyce, on view in Guild Hall's

Admiring the collaborative project between Wainscott School and Sagaponack School with artist Liz Joyce, on view in Guild Hall's "Student Art Festival: Eco vs. Ego" exhibit. JESSICA DALENE

Peering inside artist Laurie Lambrecht's collaborative project with Westhampton Beach Elementary School students. JESSICA DALENE

Peering inside artist Laurie Lambrecht's collaborative project with Westhampton Beach Elementary School students. JESSICA DALENE

An admirer of artist Laurie Lambrecht's collaborative project with Westhampton Beach Elementary School students. JESSICA DALENE

An admirer of artist Laurie Lambrecht's collaborative project with Westhampton Beach Elementary School students. JESSICA DALENE

Walking through the collaborative project between artist Laurie Lambrecht and Westhampton Beach Elementary School students. JESSICA DALENE

Walking through the collaborative project between artist Laurie Lambrecht and Westhampton Beach Elementary School students. JESSICA DALENE

Admiring Shelter Island School's collaborative project with artist Cheryl Molnar. JESSICA DALENE

Admiring Shelter Island School's collaborative project with artist Cheryl Molnar. JESSICA DALENE

East Hampton Middle School's collaborative project with artist Rosario Varela, on view in Guild Hall's

East Hampton Middle School's collaborative project with artist Rosario Varela, on view in Guild Hall's "Student Art Festival: Eco vs. Ego." CHARLOTTE FERGUSON

Shelter Island School's collaborative project with artist Cheryl Molnar. CHARLOTTE FERGUSON

Shelter Island School's collaborative project with artist Cheryl Molnar. CHARLOTTE FERGUSON

A collaborative project between Wainscott School and Sagaponack School with artist Liz Joyce. CHARLOTTE FERGUSON

A collaborative project between Wainscott School and Sagaponack School with artist Liz Joyce. CHARLOTTE FERGUSON

A captive viewer of Our Fabulous Variety Show's collaborative project with artist Jody Oberfelder. CHARLOTTE FERGUSON

A captive viewer of Our Fabulous Variety Show's collaborative project with artist Jody Oberfelder. CHARLOTTE FERGUSON

An admirer of artist Laurie Lambrecht's collaborative project with Westhampton Beach Elementary School students. CHARLOTTE FERGUSON

An admirer of artist Laurie Lambrecht's collaborative project with Westhampton Beach Elementary School students. CHARLOTTE FERGUSON

A collaborative project between Wainscott School and Sagaponack School with artist Liz Joyce. JESSICA DALENE

A collaborative project between Wainscott School and Sagaponack School with artist Liz Joyce. JESSICA DALENE

Taking in Shelter Island School's collaborative project with artist Cheryl Molnar. JESSICA DALENE

Taking in Shelter Island School's collaborative project with artist Cheryl Molnar. JESSICA DALENE

Scenes from the opening of Guild Hall's

Scenes from the opening of Guild Hall's "Student Art Festival: Eco vs. Ego." JESSICA DALENE

Viewing Shelter Island School's collaborative project with artist Cheryl Molnar. JESSICA DALENE

Viewing Shelter Island School's collaborative project with artist Cheryl Molnar. JESSICA DALENE

Making shadows in the Guild Hall Teen Arts Council's collaborative project with artist Lionel Cruet. CHARLOTTE FERGUSON

Making shadows in the Guild Hall Teen Arts Council's collaborative project with artist Lionel Cruet. CHARLOTTE FERGUSON

East Hampton Middle School's collaborative project with artist Rosario Varela. CHARLOTTE FERGUSON

East Hampton Middle School's collaborative project with artist Rosario Varela. CHARLOTTE FERGUSON

authorMichelle Trauring on Jan 24, 2024
The first time Anthony Madonna heard the phrase “eco versus ego,” he immediately knew what it meant to him. It represents the balance of the individual and the universal, he... more

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