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Scotia-Glenville Alumni Art Reception October 17, 2014 [PDF]

 

Roving Art Show reception set for Thursday, Sept. 11

Brandow ArtworkThe 15th annual Roving Art Show will begin with an opening reception from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 11 at the Baptist Health and Rehabilitation Center, 297 Ballston Avenue, Scotia. The presentation of the traveling art exhibit begins at
7 p.m. The artwork to the right was done by Olivia Brandow. Click on the image to enlarge it.

 


Seven S-G students participate in the Olympics of the Visual Arts program

Seven Scotia-Glenville students represent the high school art department at the NYS Art Teachers Association (NYSATA) annual Olympics of the Visual Arts, which was held at the Saratoga Springs City Center.

 

The Olympics of the Visual Arts (OVA) program provides an opportunity for students to participate in individual or group artistic problem solving. A new series of problems is posed every fall.

 

 The S-G Sculpture team took home the “Most Creative” designation. That team was represented by Andrew Petronis, Jaiden Wood, Jasmine Benson and Shannon McNamara.

 

The Fashion category was represented by Shailee Patell and Lydia Zhou. Shailee created the dress and jewelry out of various types of paper and Lydia was the model.

 

The Painting category was represented by Joanne Ruan. READ more here

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Congratulations to these students for having their art
displayed in the BOCES art show


These students will have their artwork on display at the Capital Region BOCES Art Show. The opening reception is from 4 to 6 p.m. on April 22 at BCCES, 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Suite 102, Albany.
Read the invite here (PDF).:

Glendaal: John Bednarek, Sky deJong, Kofi Jack, Hannah King and Megan Toftegaard

Glen-Worden: Alexander Bellotti, Liam Dagastino, Jaedyn Gravell, Chase Mancini and Jodie May

Lincoln: Caleb Feinberg, Christian Grimes, Nathan Lewis, Erin Lodge and Olivia McQueen

Sacandaga: Thatcher Kaye, Emma Malone, Ayla Massaro, Wyatt Rodman and Katie Titus

S-G Middle School: Iman Ahmed, Timothy Corlew, Rosalee Introne, Jennifer Parry, Hannah Venditti and Lauren Zeglen

S-G High School: Savannah Fleetwood and Joanne Ruan

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Congratulations to Kiersten Kastberg and Lily Becker who represented Scotia-Glenville at the 15th Annual High School Juried Regional Art Show

The show runs from March 17- April 20 at the Opalka Gallery, Sage College of Albany 140 New Scotland Avenue Albany, NY 12208

There were more than 450 works submitted by 21 school districts and 110 works of art selected by a panel of art jurors

There will be an opening reception at the Opalka Gallery on Friday, April 4 from 6 to 8 p.m.

At 7 p.m., there will be remarks from artist Mike Glier followed by the juror’s choice awards.

Here are the pieces of art. Click on each one to enlarge it.

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Mission Statement

The mission of the Scotia-Glenville Central School District Fine Arts department is multifaceted. Through the study of the arts, students will develop a language for expression, skills for creative literacy, as well as cognitive, emotional social and psychomotor skills. The study of the arts provides students with an outlet for their creative abilities and individuality. Students will develop a life-long appreciation for the arts, as well as the integration of the arts into their daily lives. Students will have exposure to cultural forms. They will learn to balance the arts with other life experiences. Through the arts, students will be reminded of the beauty of the world. The Fine Arts department provides service for all curricular needs of students, to enhance their intellectual capabilities. Historical context and literacy (in art, music and language) are all important components of the program. The New York State Standards for the Arts are the guidelines through which our mission is channeled

 

 

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