Each year students apply to become members of the Exhibit Committee of the Art Honor Society. If accepted, they host a series of student run exhibits in the Library Gallery. Exhibit Committee members are responsible for setting the themes, creating flyers for the call for work as well as the exhibit invitation, installing the show, hosting the reception and taking down the show.
For our first show, students chose the theme of Fan Art and Cos Paint.
On Saturday, April 30 North students will participate in a Rockland County High School Art Exhibit in conjunction with their Charity Day to support Habitat for Humanity. HFH’s vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live in order to help families break the cycle of poverty & build long-term financial security.
Visitors to Lord and Taylor will be able to vote on their favorite works of art, as well as enjoy other events and promotions at the store.
Congratulations to student exhibitors: Dani Brand, Samantha Bruno, Rachel Mazariegos, Taylor Klink, Karishma Patel and Emanuela Maddalena
Please come out and support our students and a great cause!
In February, photography students were invited to submit images that were abstract interpretations of everyday objects. This teen contest was developed around an exhibit of Early Soviet Photography, an exhibit that North students had the pleasure of visiting.
We are proud of all of our contest participants: Emanuela Madellana, Jamie Wildman, Brian Huang, Zack Kraushaar, Kathleen Shofield, Katie Adorable, Chloe Albert, Courtney Cullen, Karishma Patel and Nicole Peyton.
And we are super proud of
Emily Millman for winning
1st Place in this contest!!
Congratulations to our 10 seniors participating in this very special opportunity! Their work will be on display at the Katonah Museum of Art in Katonah NY through February 21. Opening Reception this Sunday, February 7 from 3-5pm.
Congratulations to all of the Clarkstown High School North Art Department students on display at the Chestnut Grove exhibit. Work will be on display through the end of February.