Ceramics Grad Kate Dowell has been interning with a New Jersey organization called Arts Horizon. They have an exhibition in New York for the works produced during the workshops at Arts Horizon and she has work in the exhibitionl!
RECEPTION: Saturday, August 9th, 12-2pm!
Back of the Postcard: For over three decades, New Jersey’s Artist/Teacher Institute (aTi) has welcomed classroom teachers, arts teachers, administrators, student teachers and artists to be immersed in a variety of art forms including book arts, creative movement, music, printmaking, storytelling, theater, visual arts and writing. Led by professional arts instructors, aTi participants break through barriers to creative teaching and learning and connect with a community of peers emerging refreshed, renewed, energized and inspired.
This exhibition, held at the Arts Horizons LeRoy Neiman Art Center, displays visual art work created by aTi participants during the summer 2008 at William Paterson University and Rutgers University-Camden in New Jersey.
Exhibition organized by:
Jenifer Simon, Director
The Artist/Teacher Institute
Clayton Evans, Director
The LeRoy Neiman Art Center
The mission of the LeRoy Neiman Art Center (LNAC) is to strengthen the community through the arts. Envisioned as a vital cultural resource for youth and families in the Harlem area, the LNAC provides quality visual arts experiences and connects participants to career paths of various arts disciplines and genres. aTi is a co-sponsored program of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts and Arts Horizons. Additional funding has been provided by The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the Victoria Foundation and the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation. The LNAC is made possible by a generous donation from the Neiman Foundation.