Four Columbia High School students from Ms. Andrea Neiman’s Studio Art classes had their equine-themed pastel drawings on display at the 25th annual Horsing Around with the Arts show at the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in Saratoga Springs last month.
Students from across the East Greenbush Central School District showed off their creativity and artistic skills at the 2019 Art Show on May 16 at Columbia High School. The theme was “The Art of Compassion” and included drawings, paintings, ceramics and photography.
Columbia High School students Madison Jakielaszek ’19, Ella Conway ’20 and Richard Turoski ’20 had artwork on display recently at the 2019 Congressional Art Competition at the Wallace Gallery located in the Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy.
Columbia High School will host the annual District-wide Art Show on Thursday, May 16 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The theme is “The Art of Compassion” and will feature student artwork from all seven schools.
Columbia High School students Kate Aluise ’19, Lindsey Conboy ’20 and Mia LaPietra ’21 have had artwork accepted to the 20th Annual High School Regional Juried Exhibition at the Albany Center Gallery. The show runs through May 3.
The Columbia High School Art Club had an amazing day visiting the Clark Institute of the Arts in Williamstown, Mass., last Wednesday. The students viewed and discussed the artwork of Frederic Remington, Claude Monet, John Constable, Camille Pissaro, and many more.