Mamaroneck Avenue School Show Displays Students' Artwork

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Students from Mamaroneck Avenue School created artwork for an exhibition in the all-purpose room.
Students from Mamaroneck Avenue School created artwork for an exhibition in the all-purpose room. Photo Credit: Mamaroneck School District
Students visit the all-purpose room and look for their artwork on the wall.
Students visit the all-purpose room and look for their artwork on the wall. Photo Credit: Mamaroneck School District
Artwork from each student was displayed.
Artwork from each student was displayed. Photo Credit: Mamaroneck School District
Paintings, collages and all different types of artwork were displayed.
Paintings, collages and all different types of artwork were displayed. Photo Credit: Mamaroneck School District
Figurines made from aluminum foil were displayed at the exhibition.
Figurines made from aluminum foil were displayed at the exhibition. Photo Credit: Mamaroneck School District
Students creatively made figures out of aluminum foil.
Students creatively made figures out of aluminum foil. Photo Credit: Mamaroneck School District
Students created Picasso-inspired collages which were displayed.
Students created Picasso-inspired collages which were displayed. Photo Credit: Mamaroneck School District
The artwork displayed showed examples of the types of curricula offered.
The artwork displayed showed examples of the types of curricula offered. Photo Credit: Mamaroneck School District
Third-grade students created straw weavings.
Third-grade students created straw weavings. Photo Credit: Mamaroneck School District
Fourth-grade students created story quilts.
Fourth-grade students created story quilts. Photo Credit: Mamaroneck School District
Clay-baked figures were put on display at the Mamaroneck Avenue School "bake shop."
Clay-baked figures were put on display at the Mamaroneck Avenue School "bake shop." Photo Credit: Mamaroneck School District

MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- Mamaroneck Avenue School's Art and Writing Show transformed its all-purpose room into an art gallery featuring work from every student in the school.

Mamaroneck Avenue School Art Teacher Kristen Porto used the show as an opportunity to pull together the ‘best’ work of each student during the course of the year and to highlight the art curriculum’s different units of study.

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