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Brooklyn Student Artwork Spotlighted at State Exhibitions

Brooklyn Student Artwork Featured at Youth Art Month Regional Competition

March is Youth Art Month, an annual observance celebrated nationwide to emphasize the importance and value of visual arts for a well-rounded education as well as to encourage support of quality art programs in schools and communities. Several Brooklyn City Schools students had artwork chosen to be exhibited in Youth Art Month shows sponsored by the Ohio Art Education Association. Art educators who are members are allowed to enter a select number of works for these exhibits. The state exhibitions were virtual this year and the regional show was held at the Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) Art Gallery. Congratulations to the following students for having their artwork exhibited:

 

42nd Annual State Youth Art Month Exhibit

 

Maria Martinez, 8th grade

Ava Wilson, 5th grade

 

Approximately 95 pieces were selected and the artwork created by the above students is featured in the Northeast portion of the show.

 

42nd Annual Young People’s Art Exhibit

 

Yasmeen Issa, 8th grade
Noah Ortiz, 1st grade

Approximately 95 pieces were selected and the artwork created by the above students is featured in the Northeast portion of the show.

 

Northeast Regional Youth Art Month Exhibit (held at CWRU)

 

Gracie White, 7th grade
Layla Burnette, 6th grade
Zalayiah Zajdel, 6th grade
Salam Boukzam, 4th grade
Oscar Peppers, 2nd grade
Jacob Toomajan, 1st grade

Oscar also placed first in the grades K-2 category! The exhibit included about 100 works of art. Brooklyn student artwork is featured in the accompanying images.

 

Brooklyn Art Instructors Mrs. Becker and Mrs. Lowell would like to congratulate all of these amazing student artists!

Brooklyn Student Artwork from Youth Art Month Regional Exhibition at Case Western Reserve University

2022 Youth Art Month Brooklyn Student Artwork





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