P.S. Art 2015

Celebrating the Creative Spirit of New York City Kids

This year marks the thirteenth anniversary of P.S. Art, an annual exhibition of talented young artists from New York City's public schools. The selection showcases the creativity of eighty-eight prekindergarten through grade 12 students from all five boroughs and includes paintings, prints, sculptures, photographs, mixed-media works, collages, and drawings.

Art Exhibition previously on at Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, United States.
From Tuesday 09 June 2015 to Sunday 18 October 2015

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Each piece demonstrates personal expression, imaginative use of media, close observation, and an understanding of artistic processes.

This juried exhibition is also a celebration of public school achievement in the arts. Dedicated art teachers support students’ creativity and help them look closely in order to respond to their worlds through art making. As students take art classes from one year to the next, they increase their understanding of art, sharpen their skills, and delve more deeply into their imaginations.

We received over 900 submissions, which a panel of arts specialists from the Department of Education and Studio in a School narrowed down to 370 semifinalists. A jury of distinguished members of the New York City arts community, including staff of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, chose the eighty-eight works on display in P.S. Art 2015. This exhibition celebrates the students’ artistic journeys and discoveries from early childhood to young adulthood.