Reimagining The Four Freedoms

Anne Hildreth, "Together"

Photo of Niskayuna High School Student, Ann Hildreth with her artwork, “Together.” Photo by Jeremy Clowe. ©Norman Rockwell Museum. All rights reserved.

Young Artists Series

March 11, 2016 through April 3, 2016

In celebration of the 75th anniversary of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s “Four Freedoms” speech, enjoy this exhibition of original artworks re-imagining the concept and Norman Rockwell’s iconic paintings. Organized by New York’s Capital Area Art Supervisors, the exhibition will feature works from students enrolled in Studio in Art classes in Albany, Columbia, Greene, and Schenectady County.

A special closing reception for the artists and public will be held on Sunday, April 3, from 1 to 3 p.m.

 

Image Credits:

1) Eddie Stevens, “Freedom From Oppression.” Bethlehem Central High School. Grade 9. Bethlehem Central School District. Ms. Kathleen Hahn. ©Eddie Stevens. All rights reserved.
2) Ann Hildreth, “Together.” Niskayuna Central Schools. Grade 9. Mrs. Leach. ©Ann Hildreth. All rights reserved.
3) Caroline Jasiewicz, “The Oblivious.” Niskayuna Central Schools. Grade 9. Mrs. Leach. ©Caroline Jasiewicz. All rights reserved.
4) Dylen Chapman, “Peace.” Grade 10. East Greenbush. Grade 9. Ms. Neiman. ©Dylen Chapman. All rights reserved.
5) Erin Yap, “Pillar of Art.” Grade 9. Niskayuna Central Schools. Grade 9. Mrs. Leach. ©Erin Yap. All rights reserved.
6) Esther Park, “Freedom of Speech.” Guilderland High School, Grade 9. ©Esther Park. All rights reserved.
7) Guilderland High School Students
8) Arshiya Shaikh, “Freedom of Education.” North Colonie CSD. Grade 9. Ms. Manzella. ©Arshiya Shaikh. All rights reserved.
9) Cecilia Cain, “Equal Education.” Niskayuna Central Schools. Grade 9. Mrs. Leach. ©Cecilia Cain. All rights reserved.
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