Pastel Self Portraits: Works by high school students from The Dalton School Doris Sirow Memorial Art Fund Reception
Please join the Child Mind Institute for an opening reception featuring Pastel Self-Portraits by high school students from The Dalton School and a ceremony celebrating the inaugural exhibit funded by the Doris Sirow Memorial Art Fund.
Sunday, October 19, 2014
5:00 pm – 6:00 pmAdd to Cal
Child Mind Institute
445 Park Ave
New York, NY 10022
This fund was established to honor the legacy of Doris Sirow by ensuring that the Child Mind Institute Student Art Program continues to give local schoolchildren the opportunity to display their artwork in the halls and public spaces of the Child Mind Institute creating a warm and inviting environment for patients and their families.
About the Student Art Project
The Child Mind Institute believes the arts are critical to child development and academic success. They promote self-esteem and provide opportunities for self-expression. The Child Mind Institute invites public and independent schools to participate in our Student Art Project, a gallery program dedicated to displaying works of art created by student artists. We invite schools to prepare an exhibition for our gallery based on a theme chosen by their art teachers. Student pieces are displayed prominently and each exhibition launches with an opening reception for student artists, their families, and the entire school community, hosted by the Child Mind Institute.
If your child’s school would like to participate in a future gallery show, please contact Angela Gage, the CMI Student Art Project Curator, at 646.625.4281 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Art teachers are also welcome to contact us on behalf of their students.