Works of art created by five talented artists from the Great Neck Public Schools have been selected for exhibit at the 2022 Nassau County High School Student Juried Art Competition & Exhibition, currently on display at the Art Guild in Manhasset. Additionally, one of the artists was awarded a third-place prize in the competition.
Artists and the titles of their work on exhibit are: Melad Asli, South High, “Lost In Translation”; Gloria Hsia, North High, “Imagination”; Avery Ko, South High, “Distorted Fruit”; Minkyung Nah, South High, “Music Is Mother”; and Rebecca Slobin, North High, “Power”. Minkyung’s painting was announced as a third-place winner at the exhibit’s opening reception and awards ceremony on Nov. 6.
North High students created their submissions in class and art club under the guidance of art teacher Emily Man. The North High fine and performing arts department head is Dr. Pamela Levy. South High students created their submissions in class under the guidance of art teachers Megan Cashman, Colleen Campbell, and Safia Fatimi. The South High art department head is Karen Cuchel.
A total of 215 submissions were received for the 2022 Nassau County High School Student Juried Art Competition & Exhibition, and only 84 pieces were selected for the exhibit. The show, which is on display from Nov. 6–26, showcases artwork in a variety of mediums including watercolor, oil, charcoal, colored pencil, and digital media, as well as some three-dimensional pieces. The Art Gild is located at Elderfields Preserve, 200 Port Washington Blvd., in Manhasset.
—Submitted by the
Great Neck Public School District