Windsor UHart student wins top honors in Goldfarb Exhibition

By Joan Hunt - Managing Editor
Windsor - posted Thu., Mar. 3, 2011
Windsor sophomore at the University of Hartford with her artwork. Photo contributed. - Contributed Photo

Tess Dudek, a University of Hartford sophomore from Windsor, won top honors at this year’s Alexander A. Goldfarb Student Exhibition during a ceremony held in the University of Hartford’s Joseloff Gallery on Feb. 17.
Two of Dudek’s paintings were selected for this year’s Goldfarb Exhibition, including her award-winning self-portrait. She was one of two students to win Purchase Awards in the amount of $1,000, made possible through the Alexander A. Goldfarb Endowment Trust.
The winning students’ artwork becomes part of the University’s permanent collection.
The annual juried Alexander Goldfarb Student Exhibition and awards are open to all undergraduate and graduate students of the University of Hartford, in all schools and colleges.
Dudek, who is actually an English major, is believed to be the first student from outside the Hartford Art School to win.  
The exhibition, which is free and open to the public, will continue at the Joseloff Gallery through March 20. For more information, call 860.768.4090 or visit

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