Supervisors Association 9th Annual Nassau All-County Art Exhibition
Sunday, March 17,
12:00 – 4:00PM
Ruth S. Harley
Garden City, NY
The Art Supervisors Association of Nassau County is proud to welcome
students, parents, art educators, administrators, and community members to
attend the 2013 Nassau All-County Art Exhibition, which will take place at the
Ruth S. Harley Center at Adelphi University on Sunday, March 17, 2012 from
12:00 – 4:00 pm. This exhibition,
with no admission charge, will honor more than 1100 Kindergarten through
twelfth grade students who have demonstrated excellence in a wide variety of
two-dimensional visual art forms including drawing, painting, printmaking, computer
graphics, and photography. Student
entries are selected by art educators and are limited to a maximum of 3 pieces
of artwork from each teacher. All
of the exemplary pieces are produced in alignment with the New York State Learning
Standards for the Visual Arts. This
year, over 400 art educators from more than 200 schools in 45 Nassau County
school districts, will submit student artwork for this prestigious exhibit.
The Art Supervisors Association is honored to provide this venue that gives
our community the opportunity to appreciate the creativity, imagination, and
skill that is produced by a fundamental, innovative, and vibrant K-12 sequential
visual arts education.
One of the ASA goals is to nurture young artists and recognize
individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to arts education. Therefore, we are pleased to be able to offer scholarships to
over 40 graduating senior students for the seventh consecutive year and present
our annual Professional Leadership Award at the Scholarship Awards Ceremony (by invitation only) starting at
11 a.m., immediately preceding the All-County Exhibit.
Submitted by: Barbara Hirten and Lisa Fernandez,
Art Supervisors Association
Contact: 876-5146 (LF) or
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