Thank you to all of our Computer Graphics students for their entries!
Congratulations to Julian Thomas and Adrian Neimark! Their award winning designs will be featured on the cover of the Technology Showcase program being held in Clarkstown on March 2. Check the district website for more event details.
Look for Teena’s image on the cover of Scrawl in May 2017!
Congratulations to our 10 seniors that will have their work on display in February at the Katonah Museum of Art.
The theme for the 66th Annual Contest was “Road to the Core.”
THE 11th ANNUAL
Regional High School
Student Art Exhibition
Opening Reception & Awards Ceremony
Friday, January 6th at 6 pm
Please come to OSilas Gallery on Friday to celebrate high school artists from 30 regional public and private high schools across Westchester, Fairfield, Rockland and Orange Counties and the Bronx, which are participating in StArt 2017.
CHSN will be represented by:
StArt 2017 is sponsored by The Heart of Neiman Marcus, which supports organizations that bring enriching arts experiences to youth . . . because ART changes lives.
Ample free parking is available on the Concordia College campus, located at 171 White Plains Road, Bronxville. The OSilas Gallery is located in the Donald A. Krenz Academic Center on the second level of Scheele Memorial Library. For additional information, please visit osilasgallery.org or call Executive Director Elizabeth Vranka at 914.337.9300 x 2173.
Exhibition will run January 6th through January 17th
Hours: Tues/Wed/Fri noon-5pm | Thurs noon-7pm | Sat/Sun 2-5pm
Congratulations to all those participating in the Black and White exhibit! The work looks great!!
Student Curators: Catherine Barry, Barrie Fisher, Ally Earley, Olivia Hernandez
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS:
1st place Hannah Kim, Clarkstown South HS
1st Place Jeremy Cazes, Clarkstown North HS
2nd Place Rayna Schiering, Clarkstown North HS
3rd Place Julia Wilen, Clarkstown North HS
Congratulations to all who helped celebrate the 225th anniversary of Clarkstown by participating in the art contest to create a visualization of Jane “Naut” Kaniff.
Participants worked to depict the survivor of the last known witch trial in New york State, which took place in West Nyack.
Participants from North include:
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.
This show has been curated by: Lei Powell, Brittany Hahn, Rebecca Straniere and Dominique Arroyo.
Student artists in the show are: