© Elizabeth Mangone

Education and Experience

Education 

2017- Current
Bachelor of Arts at Furman University in Greenville, SC (10 mo/yr)

2014-2017
Advanced Studio Art Class at Carolina Day School. Class requires invitation by the art teacher. (10 mo/yr)
2013-2016
Weekly hour long lessons with local artist Courtney McCracken. (9 mo/yr)
2016
North Carolina Governor’s School West in the Art area of study. Competitive admission requires an application, interview, and portfolio review. (5.5 wks/yr)
2014-15
Savannah College of Art and Design Summer Seminars. Classes in Acrylic Painting and Figure Drawing. (1 wk/yr)
2013
Studio Art Class at Carolina Day School. (10 mo/yr)


Group Exhibitions

2016
Self, North Carolina Governor’s School West, NC
2016
Par-tic-i-pate, North Carolina Governor’s School West, NC
2016
GSW pARTy, North Carolina Governor’s School West, NC
2016
Beyond the Frame, North Carolina Governor’s School West, NC
2016
Student Artwork Showcase, Asheville Airport, NC
2013
School Block Challenge, National Quilt Museum, KY


Solo Exhibitions
2019
Show at What Ales You pub in Greenville, SC


Awards and Prizes

2019
Winner of the 4th Annual Fox Rothschild LLP and Furman University juried art show  
2018 
Publication of "Waiting for Robbie at 5pm" in The Echo Literary Magazine
2017
Honorable Mention in Regional Scholastics Art Awards for "Cutting Reality"
2017
Silver Key in Regional Scholastics Art Awards for "Who I Was; Who I Am"
2013
Honorable Mention in the national School Block Challenge for quilting.


Curatorial Projects

2019
"The Echo", Furman University Literary Magazine, Assistant Editor
2018
"The Echo", Furman University Literary Magazine
2017
"Drop Box", Carolina Day School Literary Magazine
2016
“Sharp Contrast”, Carolina Day School Literary Magazine


Collaborative Projects

2016
Thank You For Coming, Have A Nice Day, North Carolina Governor’s School West (in collaboration with fellow students Alexandra Brock and Margot Gersing)
2016
Top Heavy, North Carolina Governor’s School West (in collaboration with fellow students Sarah Curry, Neerja Shah, and Akina Obata)