P.S. Art 2018:
Celebrating The Creative Spirit Of NYC Kids
Each year P.S. Art acknowledges outstanding artwork and exemplary instruction in grades pre K to 12 through a citywide competition, exhibition and catalogue. The New York City Department of Education – in partnership with Studio in a School and the Metropolitan Museum of Art - convene panels of artists, arts professionals and art educators to serve in two rounds of judging. Final selections highlight exemplary artwork and practice as they relate to the Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in Visual Arts.
This is the 11th year the exhibition is exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The exhibition will be on display at the Met from June 12 through October 21, 2018. It will then be displayed at Tweed Courthouse from October through May 2019.
For catalogues of P.S. Art work, please contact Karen Rosner, Visual Arts Coordinator (KRosner@schools.nyc.gov).
Studio in a School Scholarships
All graduating high school seniors whose work was selected for the P.S. Art 2018 exhibition receive a financial award for their education at an accredited professional school or college.
All students in grades 9-11 whose work was selected for P.S. Art 2018 are offered the opportunity to register for FREE art classes at Studio in a School's popular Teen Program, offering workshops in painting, drawing, digital photography, printmaking, and portfolio development, and led by professional STUDIO artists.
P.S. Professional Development Workshop
To support teachers who will be entering work into PS Art, there will be a FREE full-day of professional development at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the fall 2018. This event will focus on looking at, analyzing, and discussing sample student artwork Pre K-12. Participants working with teams of NYCDOE art educators and teaching artists from Studio in a School will engage in collegial, lively and informative dialogues around the qualities of exemplary artwork. There will be ample time for exploring museum galleries. This workshop is a collaboration between the Office of Arts and Special Projects and Studio in a School who most generously is funding this event. This workshop is open to new teachers and teachers who for the past several years have submitted student work to P.S. Art that has advanced only to the semi-final round of judging.