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Introducing Studio’s 2022 Annual Review!
Limited Edition Martin Puryear to Benefit Studio in a School
“Boundless Imagination” brings creative visions to Montefiore Medicine
“Studio Selections 2021” Celebrates Marvelous Creativity
P.S. Art 2021 Exhibition Catalogue
The work in the P.S. Art 2021 exhibition stands out for the way in which it both reflects and responds to the unique circumstances of our times. Browse the catalogue to explore student artworks that demonstrate personal expression, imaginative use of media, and an understanding of artistic processes.
Shaping the “P.S. Art 2021” Exhibition
The annual exhibition organized by the New York City Department of Education (DOE) in partnership with The Metroplitan Museum of Art and Studio in a School NYC features 153 student artworks. Studio NYC plays a key role in P.S. Art selection process. Together with the DOE we nominate and convene the selection panel—a group of specialists with expertise in fine arts and arts education.
“Art in Our Community” Curricula Awarded NEA Grant
Process-Based Teaching of Visual Arts Gains Traction Through “Create”
In Studio NYC’s visual art pedagogy, process-based learning has always been central to helping students communicate ideas, experiences, and emotions. When the New York City Department of Education conceived of “Create,” Studio NYC accepted the opportunity to share our practice of art making as inquiry.
Studio NYC Students Celebrate City Life in We ❤ New York
Studio NYC’s staff selected 35 artworks that capture the character of a place so close to students’ hearts for a new digital exhibition hosted by Christie’s New York. The show offers a multifaceted portrait of New York City, from quiet neighborhood streets to panoramic views of the city’s storied skyline.
Studio in a School NYC Stands in Solidarity with #StopAsianHate Movement
Studio in a School NYC stands in solidarity with the Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander community to help end the cycle of hate and bigotry. Our children deserve a climate that is free of racism and bias and where their growth, health and safety come first. We will continue to amplify their authentic voice through artmaking, creativity and freedom.
Studio NYC Programs Air On WNET, Let’s Learn Series
Studio NYC and Christie’s Show “Pictures of Us”
Statement from Studio in a School
These last few days have left me overwhelmed, angry, and empty. The senseless killing of George Floyd, the multiple expressions of outrage over the aggressive treatment and deaths of black and brown people while in police custody, the peaceful protests, the riots. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. reminds us that riots are “the language of the unheard.” At Studio In a School, in the face of this tragedy and global pandemic, we know that now is the time to challenge our assumptions, reflect, and actively address racism in our communities. Studio in a School condemns brutality and violence against Black people and is committed to addressing racial inequity in this country, specifically, in the education system.
Studio in a School Featured in The Brooklyn Rail’s ArTonic
Studio in a School NYC Names New President
Studio NYC has named arts educator Alison Scott-Williams as its new President, Board Chair Vivian Pan announced. Ms. Scott-Williams joins Studio NYC from the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, where she has been the Vice President for Arts Education since 2015. At NJPAC, Scott-Williams provided strategy, administration, and program leadership in arts education.
Agnes Gund Receives Inaugural Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Woman of Leadership Award
Artist Marcia Grostein Donates Art Sales for Studio NYC
Acclaimed artist Marcia Grostein created her photographic series, Brighton Beach Bliss, as her vision for an ‘immersion in a utopia where multiple faiths, sects, races, and appearances are all welcome.’ For the month of January, all purchases of prints in the series will benefit Studio in a School. Learn more here.
Studio Appoints New Director of Finance and Operations
Studio in a School Association is delighted to announce the appointment of Gregory H. Pierson as its new Director of Finance & Operations beginning on December 16, 2019. Greg will oversee financial planning and operations, human resources, and information technology for Studio in a School Association, and day-to-day operations for Studio NYC. Greg brings broad experience in each of these areas and a deep background working in arts education in New York City.
“Studio Selections 2019” Opens at 1 East 53rd Street Gallery
On October 22, Studio in a School opened the Studio Selections 2019 exhibition to the public at its 1 East 53rd Street Gallery in Manhattan. The show includes almost 50 works of art created by students in 28 New York …
Studio in a School announces Special Matching Gift Program
Studio in a School has received a pledge from an anonymous donor for up to $1 million in matching funds for new or increased gifts to the organization from individual supporters. This extraordinary initiative will match gifts by new donors, and will double any increases in giving by current donors. The matching gift program began on October 1 and will be in effect until the $1 million in matching funds is reached. “Studio in a School is deeply appreciative of the generosity of this anonymous supporter,” said Studio Board Chair, Dr. Vivian Pan.