RCBC to highlight student capstone projects through weeklong virtual showcase
Monday, Jun 21, 2021

model on runway during fashion show

The culmination of a year of study, long-term projects and lectures has finally come to fruition for Rowan College at Burlington County Arts students. So, what do they have to show for it? Films, concerts, fashion and more! 

Join us this Monday through Thursday evenings via our YouTube channel, as we highlight our students’ accomplishments virtually. You’ll see:

  • A fashion showcase, including students’ original designed, pattern-drafted and pro-typed garments. Collections include, but are not limited to, “All Dressed in White,” designed by Jennifer Shultz, who drew inspiration from the Women’s Suffrage movement; “Sonder,” designed by Sydney Boyle, who was influenced by her richly diverse family history; and “Paradise Devil,” designed by Frankie Sanchez, who aimed to reflect her love of Japanese anime through playful sportswear. 

  • Student-produced documentary films, including Andrew Thomas’ (of Delran) “Finding the Love,” shot entirely on an iPhone about one woman’s journey of self-love during a formidable quarantine and John Rosania’s (of Medford) “Memento Mori: Remember You Must Die,” also shot via iPhone, exploring how to use self-love to keep going when it seems like everything is against you. 

  • Musical performances, featuring three solo pieces, including “Burn” from “Hamilton,” performed by student Olivia Williams; “If I Can’t Love Her” from “Beauty and the Beast,” performed by Sebastiano Lombardo; and “Come to Your Senses” from “Tick Tick Boom,”  performed by Molly Connolly. 

At RCBC, students from all walks of life come together to learn, create and explore new ideas. This is just a handful of some of the incredible projects they’ve completed. While you're waiting for the next performance to debut, check our student art show, which is available virtually 24/7 by clicking here