The artwork of 23 students from the Seaford School District was selected for display in the Art Supervisors Association’s Ninth Annual Nassau All-County Art Exhibition. The exhibit takes place on Sunday, March 17, from noon- 4 p.m. at the Ruth S. Harley Center at Adelphi University.
The free exhibit honors the talents of nearly 1,200 young artists in kindergarten through 12th grade who have demonstrated excellence in a wide variety of two-dimensional visual art forms, including drawing, painting, printmaking, computer graphics and photography. Student entries are selected by art educators and are limited to a maximum of three pieces of artwork from each teacher. All of the pieces are produced in alignment with the New York State Learning Standards for Visual Arts.
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In addition to the exhibit, 47 graduating seniors will be awarded scholarships. Seaford High School senior Krysta Parisi is among the scholarship winners and will receive her award at the invitation-only Scholarship Awards Ceremony before the exhibit opens.
The Seaford students featured in the exhibit include fourth-graders Katherine Scheuermann and Chelsea Linn; fifth-graders Kimberly Garneau, Carly Corsitto and Lucy Renck; sixth-graders Alyssa Gahn and Angelina Uzsoras; seventh-graders Anthony Esposito, Emily Koenig, Tiffany Lin and Ashley Wilson; ninth-graders Nick Luizzi and Elise Weber; 10th-graders Effie Scheffler and Emily Williams; 11th-graders Samantha Coggins, Deanna DiGiulio, Jessica Gregory and Michael Hannan; and 12-graders Makayla MacSaveny, Krysta Parisi Sydney Snaider and Melissa Wolfson.