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Chelmsford Elementary, Middle, and High School Artists Display Work in Boston for Youth Art Month 2014

Art students in grades K-12 from across Massachusetts have been selected to display their creative works at the State Transportation Building in Boston.

Art students in grades K-12 from across Massachusetts have been selected to display their creative works at the State Transportation Building in Boston. This multi- media exhibit is sponsored by the Massachusetts Art Education Association (MAEA) in conjunction with Youth Art Month, a national celebration that emphasizes the value of art education for all children and encourages support for the quality art programs in Massachusetts’ schools.

The Youth Art Month Exhibit will be on display and open to the public weekdays 9-5 from March 10th through April 25th, Closed Saturdays, Sundays and Patriots Day, Monday, April 21st.  Admission is free.
 
Students from several Chelmsford Public Schools are representing the town in this year’s Youth Art Month exhibit at the State Transportation Building.
The young artists with work on display are:
 
Ty Curran, South Row Elementary
Stella Lamson, South Row Elementary
Avery Marr, Center Elementary
Caleb Stuart, Center Elementary
Erin Bean, McCarthy
Caroline Sheehy Robinson, McCarthy
Katelyn Anderson, McCarthy
Emily Bruce, McCarthy
Allison Murray, McCarthy
Meagan Makiej, CHS
 
Teachers who submitted work for this exhibit are:
 
Jane Cristantiello, South Row
Madalena Alves, Center
Sarah Kiley, McCarthy
Teresa Karangioze, CHS
 
 
Pictures attached:
 
A piece by CHS Student Meagan Makiej, “Strumming My Fingers,” on display at the MAEA exhibit in Boston through April.
 
For more information on the Chelmsford Public Schools, please visit http://www.chelmsford.k12.ma.us



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