Trolley Barn Exhibition 5April 2021

Reel Exposure Photography Exhibit

Opening Reception
April 7


Reel Exposure focuses on three goals: encourage youth creativity, invigorate our local community through the arts, and showcase the incredible work done by emerging filmmakers and photographers. Reel Exposure is a natural manifestation of The Art Effect’s commitment to empowering youth to harness their creative voices. Thank you for your support! This year’s festival showcases the work of talented young people from nine countries ­— giving our audience a global teen perspective and celebrating some of the world’s strongest youth art and media!

Alexis Barr, Floridian Green Anole

Trolley Barn Gallery | 489 Main St, Poughkeepsie
April 7 – May 13
Wednesday – Friday, 2-5pm
Saturday, 12-4pm

Tanner Ashenfelter, Lawrence, KS
Olivia Barker-Duncan, Poughkeepsie, NY
Alexis Barr, Naples, FL
Audrey Basham, Lawrence, KS
Mary-Elizabeth Boatley, Hopewell Junction, NY
Ava Ghahremanifar, Islamic Republic of Iran
Hunter Jenkins, Poughkeepsie, NY
Cheselyn Hanofee, Liberty, NY
Olive Harrington, Lawrence, KS
Amani Jamal, Hopewell Junction, NY
Sophia Kaufman, Lawrence, KS
Abigail Kelly, Liberty, NY
Ryleigh Leon, Lawrence, KS
Alice Lubin, Lawrence, KS
Maya Dallow, North Salem, NY
Aaliyah Wilson, North Salem, NY
Katherine Lenahan, North Salem, NY
Kate Jeffery, North Salem, NY
Ruby Yarnall, North Salem, NY
Caitlin Mooney, Lawrence, KS
Dylan Parks, White Sulphur Springs, NY
Lilly Rafferty, Gulf Breeze, FL
Kate Schein, Oklahoma City, OK
Jason Stafford, Rhinebeck, NY
Nora Walburn, Lawrence, KS

Mary-Elizabeth Boatey, Never Give Up

Trolley Barn Gallery
The mission of The Art Effect at the Trolley Barn is to train youth as leaders who catalyze the community through the arts and re-energize downtown Poughkeepsie. The Art Effect’s permanent presence at the Trolley Barn will bring together youth and established art professionals to present impactful exhibitions that engage the wider community and acquaint youth with curatorial and exhibition practices.

Blame It On Me
Tanner Ashenfelter, Blame it on me


Check back on April 7, 2021

BY The Art Effect Team