Empire State Plaza Student Art Exhibit

The Empire State Plaza Art Collection Student Art Exhibit

Empire State Plaza Art Collection-Inspired Artwork by Capital Region School District Students
The Empire State Plaza Art Collection Student Art Exhibit
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Announcement
Out of an abundance of caution, the opening reception for the 2020 Empire State Plaza Art Collection Student Exhibition originally scheduled for 5:30 p.m. today, March 12, has been cancelled. The exhibit will remain on view through the end of March on the concourse level of the Empire State Plaza.
In Celebration of
National Youth Art Month

This one-of-a-kind exhibition is the result of a collaboration between the Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza Art Collection, the Capital Area Art Supervisors, and the New York State Art Teachers Association. The exhibit, held each year during National Youth Art Month, features works of art created by students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Through special tours and educational resources, the program introduces the Plaza Art Collection into the curriculum of local elementary and middle schools where the students are invited to create their own works of art by interpreting the Plaza Art Collection. 

 
March 7-31, 2020
South Concourse, Empire State Plaza

 

Explore the Plaza Art collection

 

Participating
School Districts
Albany
Amsterdam
Berne-Knox-Westerlo
Bethlehem
East Greenbush
Guilderland
Hoosic Valley
Ichabod Crane
Mohonasen
Niskayuna
North Colonie
Rensselaer
Schalmont
Schenectady
Scotia-Glenville
Shenendehowa
Troy
Voorheesville

 

Presented by the New York State Office of General Services, the Capital Area Art Supervisors, and the New York State Art Teachers Association.