Outstanding Student Artwork is On Display at the Met's P.S. Art 2018 Exhibition

As Long as I Can” by Kimberly Vega (Grade 12), Fordham High School for the Arts

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s annual celebration of student artwork is back!

From June 12–October 21, 2018, attendees can check out the Met’s P.S. Art 2018 exhibition, the museum’s yearly showcase of artwork created by talented young artists from the City’s public schools.

Organized in partnership with the Met, the DOE, and Studio in a SchoolP.S. Art 2018 features artwork created by 123 students across all grade levels (pre-k – grade 12) and all five boroughs. Each work on display at P.S. Art 2018 has been selected by a jury of distinguished members of the City’s arts community, including staff members from the Met, and arts specialists from the DOE and Studio in a School. The works on display include paintings, prints, sculptures, photographs, mixed-media works, collages, and drawings. Each work demonstrates personal expression, imagination, and an understanding of artistic processes.

"Reflection" by Sarah Wong is on Display at the Met's P.S. Art 2018 Exhibition

Reflection” by Sarah Wong (Grade 11), Millennium High School

The 123 works selected for this year’s exhibition were selected from over 1,200 submissions. As a whole, the exhibition celebrates students’ journeys and discoveries from early childhood to young adulthood.

On behalf of the DOE, we thank the Met for mounting, hosting, and helping to select this year’s works, and we are grateful for their ongoing partnership with us for almost two decades. We also thank Studio in a School for their sponsorship and support throughout the coordination of P.S. Art 2018.

To check out P.S. Art 2018stop by the Met Fifth Avenue’s Ruth and Harold D. Urls Center for Education from now until October 21, 2018. The Met is open seven days a week, and for New York State residents, the amount you pay for admission is up to you. For more information, visit the Met Fifth Avenue’s admissions page.

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