Congratulations to all of our 2018 Art Honor Society Inductees and Graduating Seniors

Luis Acosta

Emily Cahill

Angela Camenisch

Celestine Castillo

Grace Chang

Samantha Chemerov

Paige Ciganek

Alexa Cutruzzula

Maris Daly

Dannie Dominianni

Allison Eisenberg

Brittney Fata

Juliana Feeney

Kaitlyn Fudge

Sarah Galvin

Alesia Garces

Melanie Gatchalian

Katie Gondakis

Taylor Haber

Andrea Jakubowski

Julia Jeon

Hannah Kim

Sabrina Leoce

Halle Medici

Lily Medici

Lauren Michaels

Aanika Nawar

Sarah Placide

Samantha Pollack

Estefany Rangel

Marissa Safrantello

Rayna Schiering

Aimen Shaadab

Jayden Solomon

Hannah Tipa

Danielle Tourloukis

Leigha Whitney

Katie Arciero

Catherine Barry

Ailis Daly

Ally Earley

Sophie Feldman

Harrison Garcia

Phebe Grosser

Brittney Hahn

Olivia Hernandez

Pooneh Kardgar

Kara Lau

Corryn Mathis

McKenzie Mayer

Haley Mendick

Kayla Palandra

Lei Powell

Josh Reyes

Lily Shapiro

Rebecca Straniere

McKenzie Sullivan

Teresa Thuruthuvelil

Mona Tong

 

Service Opportunity – Warming Hearts of Rockland

The Art Honor Society will be holding a workshop to benefit Warming Hearts of Rockland. This not-for profit creates gifts for cancer and dialysis patients in the county. These gifts are deliver both in Nyack and Good Samaritan Hospitals.

Warming Hearts has asked of to create inspiration rocks (Rocks that are design with inspiration words).
This will be a one hour workshop. This activity may be used for either application requirement (engaged as an artist beyond the classroom or creative service hours)

Creating Inspiration quotes to benefit the Be Positive Foundation

The Art Honor Society, in conjunction with the PTSA, will be holding a workshop to create stenciled sayings on wood blocks.This workshop will be lead by Mrs. Lehner, PTSA parent and artist, who plans to use them as a fundraiser for  the Be Positive Foundation. This  organization provides financial assistance for childhood cancer research and financial assistance for families battling this disease.

This activity may be used for either application requirement (engaged as an artist beyond the classroom or creative service hours)

Students Rebuild – Self Portraits that will make a difference

Students Rebuild is a not for profit organization, begun in 2010,  that invites students world- wide to participate in art making for a cause.

Each year, Students Rebuild chooses an artistic theme, as well as a charity to donate to!  For each theme specific work of art that is created and sent in, the organization patrons, The Bezos family, donates $3 ( up to $600,000) to the designated , child specific, charity.
The Theme for this year’s creative challenge: Facing Differences. Create a self portrait (not smaller than 5″x5″) . that reflects what is unique about you.  You may use any media, and work in any style.
The Charity is CARE, to benefit children in Sri Lanka, Nigeria and the South Caucasus region.

 

Project Inspiration from Pinterest:
This opportunity is worth 2 service hours.  To count towards this year’s application, self portraits must be handed in to me by December 15.
 
For more . information on Students rebuild, go to:

Little Hats, Big Hearts to benefit the American Heart Association

Service Opportunity: Little Hats, Big Hearts

Join the American Heart Association in knitting/crocheting red hats for newborn infants and preemies.

I think it is reasonable to think that each hat would be worth 3 hours of service, and you can make up to two if you would like.
Please touch base with me if you plan to do this. I would like to look into sending all hats made as a group, so let’s plan that they will be brought to me for mailing.