Chelmsford Public Schools K-12 Art Exhibit at the Chelmsford Public Library To Celebrate Youth Art Month

Art Teachers
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Selected art students from each of the Chelmsford Public Schools have work on display as part of the Fine and Performing Arts Department’s annual art exhibit at the Chelmsford Public Library. The exhibit, which will run through the month of March, is free and open to the public. This is a Chelmsford tradition that celebrates National Art Education Association’s “Youth Art Month.”
The exhibit, facilitated by Chelmsford Public Library’s Kathy Cryan-Hicks, was kicked off with a reception on March fourth. At the reception, students and families had the opportunity to see art from all levels and speak with their art teachers. CHS Orchestra members Molly Stevens and Manjari Mishra provided music throughout the evening.
Teachers who contributed to this exhibit are (in alphabetical order):
Anita Adler, Parker Middle School
Amy Aker, Harrington Elementary
Madalena Alves, Center Elementary
Diane Cogliano, CHS
Ashley Cormack, CHS
Jane Cristantiello, South Row Elementary
Tim Darland, Parker/McCarthy Middle Schools
Bette Gagnon, CHS
Allison Gover, Parker Middle School
Emily Harney, CHS
Darleen Joos, Byam Elementary
Teresa Karangioze, CHS
Sarah Kiley, McCarthy Middle School
Paula Pitman-Brown, CHS
Picture attached:
1.    CPS Art Teachers at the Youth Art Month Exhibit at the Chelmsford Public Library, top row L-R: Teresa Karangioze, Madalena Alves, Jane Cristantiello, Darleen Joos, Diane Cogliano, Paula Pitman-Brown, Fine Arts Coordinator Christina Whittlesey Bottom row L-R: Allison Gover, Amy Aker, Anita Adler, Sarah Kiley

If you would like more information on the Chelmsford Public Schools, please visit http://www.chelmsford.k12.ma.us

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