2014 Students Draw the Line Against Prejudice Winners

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—  The exhibit is planned for November 2 through November 14
and may be visited during normal school hours reserved for field trips

 

 

 

 

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PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS

 Griffin High School

Henry W. Grady High School

Bolton Academy Elementary School

Cedar Grove High School

DeKalb Elementary School of the Arts

Redan High School

North Atlanta High School

Benjamin E. Mays HS

Hope-Hill Elementary (Whitford)

Carver School of The Arts

Wesley Lake Elementary School

Joseph Emerson Brown Middle School

North Fayette Elementary

Columbia High School


Woodstock Middle School

Oakland Elementary School

 

JUDGES


Lucinda B. Smith was appointed to the position of Senior Vice President, Global Business Services, in March 2013.  Smith, former Senior Vice President, Human Resources, is responsible for the functional management of all Human Resources and Information Technology organizations worldwide as well as for AGCO’s Shared Services Center in Budapest, Hungary. Smith holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art History from Scripps College in Claremont, California. She serves on the Board of the Symphony and on the Global Firms Committee of the Woodruff Arts Center.   

 

Amy Bitcover grew up in Philadelphia, Pa. She lived in New England and studied sculpture at the Rhode Island School of Design. She has taught art at elementary schools in Boston and Atlanta. She has been an adjunct professor of art in the elementary classroom at Oglethorpe University. in Atlanta she apprenticed to a sculptor. She is an exhibited sculptor and has shown her work in galleries in Atlanta and Miami. She has created commissioned sculptures for interior designers and clients.

 

 Lisa Hooten is the Head of School and Teacher Services for the High Museum of Art within the Woodruff Arts Center.  She manages school tours and workshops, homeschool and after school programs, education center exhibits, and teacher professional learning.  Prior to working at the High, she has worked at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston Zoological Gardens and a school-based fine arts program for an inner city education reform organization.  She has BA in art history and an MPA in Arts Administration.

Featured Speakers & Guests

 Musical Selections from the Cedar Grove High School Jazz Band

Viewing the Winning Entries before they are announced to the public!

 

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