Executive Board: Lily Shapiro, Phebe Grosser, Ailis Daly, Rebecca Straniere, McKenzie Sullivan, Olivia Hernandez, Harrison Garcia, Ally Early, Mona Tong, Lei Powell, Sophie Feldman
Exhibits Committee: Angela Camenisch, Kaitlyn Fudge, Juliana Feeney, Hannah Kim, Aanika Nawar, Sarah Placide, Luis Acosta, Haley Mednick, Corryn Mathis, Pooneh Kardgar Kayla Palandra, Lauren Michaels, Teresa Thuruthuvelil
NBC News reports:
The president commented along with the photo that, “Over the past several months, I’ve painted the portraits of 98 wounded warriors I’ve gotten to know – remarkable men and women who were injured carrying out my orders.”
One of the oft commented on aspects of President Bush’s personality has always been his concern and worry over the men and women who were put in harm’s way because of choices and orders he gave. This project is a lovely and fitting tribute from a Commander-in-Chief to his men and women who served under him.
The portraits will be a part of a book and exhibit called Portraits of Courage coming in 2017, with proceeds going to The Bush Center and the Bush’s Military Service Initiative.
Answers to questions about the application can be answered by going to the Induction Criteria and Application page and watching the video.
IF YOU STILL NEED ART RELATED ACTIVITIES, HEAR IS A LIST OF SOME UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES:
– Student art exhibit – Inspiration Nation – deadline for submission 11/16
– Selling Turkey-grams – you can pick them up from me on Wednesday
– Reflections Contest – What is your story – deadline 11/22
–Volunteering for Artist Express – after school, Wednesdays, 4:15-5:15 – Kakiat Elementary, contact Arlys Tineo, firstname.lastname@example.org, for details (this also counts as community service)
REMEMBER: YOU NEED A MINIMUM OF 5; more than 5 strengthens your application
NEXT MEETING: Tentatively scheduled for Monday, 11/28
I will be available to :
– collect scholarship page of application (art course grades in high school through first quarter)
-answer questions about community service hours
-remind returning members of their requirements
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
So today was a great start for the program!!
The kids loved experimenting with their new “sketchbooks” and promised to work on them during the week.
The director, Max, was very happy to have us in the classroom once again. He was extremely happy with all the donations we received, not only for the artist Express program, but also for the classroom. The volunteers really enjoyed interacting with the kids and assisting them in making their newly made “sketchbooks.”
Additional volunteers are always welcome to come assist on Wednesday afternoons from 4:15-5:15pm.
Please join us at the next Art Honor Society meeting to hear about upcoming events and opportunities.
If you have completed the draft of the art related activities beyond the classroom page, please submit it at the meeting.
Artist Express is a an after school art program that was created by a former CHSN student, Heather Cazes.
The art program was created for students in the Ramapo School District, to have the opportunity to be creative and help them interact with the arts.The art program is still continuing to this day!
We will be starting up the program this year once again on Wednesday, October 26th from 4:15-5:15!
During the program, we give students from 3rd to 7th grade, lessons on color, medium, crafts, etc. Every week is a different lesson. Volunteers are always welcomed to come and interact with the students in order to expand their creativitiy and knowledge of art. These hours will also count towards community service hours.
For any further information, please email Arlys Tineo at email@example.com
WHAT: Art Express After School Art Program, interacting with students from ages 3rd to 7th
WHERE: Kakiat Elementary School
WHEN: Wednesday’s @ 4:15-5:15
TRANSPORTATION: Volunteers will need to find their own method of transportation
Thanks to the development of the charitable clothing collection, Career closet, senior Courtney Cullen was able to share nearly 400 articles of professional wear to survivors of domestic abuse re-entering the work force.