muskingum county K-12 student art exhibition
Presented by the American association of university women
April 30 through may 20, 2017
This year, The Community Bank, the ZMA, and the city of Zanesville Mayor’s Office will honor student artistic achievement by awarding ten outstanding works of art from elementary, intermediate, middle school, and high school categories and one outstanding art educator the museum’s Avant-Garde Award. Students and art educators are encouraged to attend the awards ceremony to receive the awards presented by Zanesville Mayor Jeff Tilton, The Community Bank president Michael Steen, AAUW organizer Ruth Sharrer, and ZMA director Laine Snyder.
Awards Presentation at 2 pm
Each Avant-Garde Award recipient will receive $50
The Avant-Garde Award Recognizing
Excellence in Art Education recipient will receive $1,000
Awards generously provided by The Community Bank
Exhibition Opening, Sunday, April 30, 2017, 1 to 4 pm
Live music and complimentary refreshments.
Free and open to the public.
The ZMA and AAUW are proud to host Michael Voll, Teen Program Coordinator for the Columbus Museum of Art, as this year's judge for the exhibition. Mr. Voll has over ten years of education and program supervising experience. He has worked nationally and internationally with a range of students of different ages and cultural backgrounds. Voll hosts a number of teen programs at the CMA in Columbus and recently presented his paper, “Museums, Teens, and Millennials” at the 2016 Ohio Museum Association.
Image: Coleman Loyd, Owls, East Muskingum Elementary School, Mrs. Julie Goodall, 2015