muskingum county K-12 student art exhibition
Presented by the American association of university women
April 28 through may 18, 2019
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, ZMA director Laine Snyder, and The Community Bank president and CEO, Eric Holsky.
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 28, 2019, 1 to 3 pm
Live music and complimentary refreshments.
Free and open to the public.
The ZMA and AAUW are proud to host Andy Rahe, as this year's judge for the exhibition. Andy Rahe, clay artist and teacher, studied at Skidmore College before becoming an apprentice of Toshiko Takaezu. With Takaezu, Andy was critical in completing the "Star Series," a grouping of fourteen 5-6 foot tall thrown, closed forms. Himself a teacher at the Columbus Academy since 2005, Andy continued to create and exhibit with associates of the Takaezu Studio, including shows at Haw Contemporary, KC, MO in 2016 and this spring at the Williamsburg Art and Historical Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Image: Karlee Ryan, Grade 9, Monet Study, Maysville High School, Mr. Kurt Dreier, 2018.