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PS Art Show - Congratulations to 4 PS/IS 276 students!

PS Art Show

 
Every year there is a city-wide art show called PS Art which acknowledges exemplary artwork in NYC's public schools K-12.  Over 1200 artworks are submitted and those that are accepted become part of an exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art!  This year 276 submitted the work of 4 students, 2 were chosen as semi-finalists and of those 2, 1 was accepted into the finals and will be on display at the Met!
 
The following students should be recognized as having outstanding artwork in our school community:
 
Sam Taylor "2 Poses, 1 Page" - chosen to represent 276
Emma Brady "Jazz" - chosen to represent 276
Maria Bravo "Tribeca in Darkness" - chosen to represent 276 and semi finalist!  Maria's work will be mentioned in the exhibition catalog and it will be on the PS Art Website
Adrianna Bryant "Thanksgiving Dinner" - chosen to represent 276 and finalist!  Adrianna's work will be on display at the Met from June - October, it will then be on display at Tweed for the rest of the 2019-2020 school year!
 
Please see below their work:
 
Sam Taylor - "2 Poses, 1 Page" 
 
  
 
Emma Brady "Jazz"
 
    
 
 
Maria Bravo "Tribeca in Darkness"
 
  
 
Adrianna Bryant "Thanksgiving Dinner"
 
  
 
 
 

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Origami Invasion - Art Elective

Origami  Invasion
By 2018 Art Elective

Description

Public Art made a simple piece of paper into something beautiful and symbolic. We came up with this idea by collaborating together and combining ideas.

The origami resembles creation. This piece of artwork represents overall diversity by uniting the different colors and kinds of animals.

This also connects to the LGBTQ+ community with the assorted rainbow and the separate colors symbolize the different races/ethnicities in this community. We believe making art that applies to everyone is truly expressing belief and solidarity. This art installation is meant to support all members of this community.

Oscar Frayne, Kyra Yip, Addy Hawley, Assata Wright, Emma Brady, Justin McCarthy-Hill, Sophia Mainero, Gianna Calandra, Kimaya One-Routier, Julia Calgaro, Lennox Obrovnik, Xavian Acosta, Jasmyn Nagy, Norah Neilson.

Amanda Capalbo
Eric Castro

      

Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away. from May 8, 2019 – January 3, 2020.

The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, will present its groundbreaking exhibition Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away. from May 8, 2019 – January 3, 2020.

Meeting about the WWII-Era German Freight Car Installation in Front of the Museum

Wednesday, March 27 from 7:00 PM-8:30 PM

Museum staff will provide an overview of the exhibition and freight car installation, followed by a conversation that will be facilitated by Dr. Irit Felsen, a clinical psychologist and a child of Holocaust survivors. 

Advance registration for the community conversation is kindly requested at www.mjhnyc.org/communityconversation.

Freight Car Installation

Sunday, March 31

As part of this exhibition, The German National Railway freight car, an artifact of Holocaust history, will be installed on the plaza in front of the Museum’s entrance 

During World War II, people targeted by the Nazis – Jewish people, and also European resistors to German rule, hostages, Soviet prisoners of war, Roma, and others – were packed into railway wagons and forcibly transported to destinations unknown to them. For many, the destination was the Auschwitz concentration camp.