A graduate of Harpursville Central Schools, who now attends Le Moyne College, is being featured in one of the premiere performance design and scenic space exhibits in the world.

Annamarie Goosley submitted her project for the Prague Quadrennial (PQ) which is an art exhibition festival that takes place once every four years in the Czech Republic's capital city, bringing in people from all over the world to view small locally produced live theater productions and appreciate various art exhibitions.

For her submission, Goosley was required to create a small scale stage design for a play of her choice, with hand drawn renditions of the space -- as well as a communal interactive piece of art that aims to connect people following the pandemic.

The Senior invited people in public -- once in her school's performing arts center lobby, and a second time at a STEM-based event in Syracuse -- to pick a card at random with an emotion on it, and express how they see that emotion in one single line of red paint on a blank canvas.

After hundreds of participants, she ended with a unique combination of "emotions", and a work of art.

Her exhibit will be recreated and displayed along with 13 other college students from around the world in Prague for the duration of the festival.

"When I found out I was very taken back, I probably reread the email about a dozen times." said Goosley. "It was incredible. I feel very, very proud to represent my school at that event because it's huge."

The festival is held all throughout the city from June 8th to the 18th, and in addition to the exhibits, features numerous live productions of plays.