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Calling All Art Teachers!

Fourth graders at Silver Lane School in East Hartford created art work inspired by Claude Monet’s lily pad paintings. It was displayed at CEA Headquarters this past June.

Your students create amazing works of art–why not let a wider audience enjoy them? CEA headquarters in Hartford proudly displays student artwork on a monthly rotating basis, and we invite your school to create our next display.

Our artwork display area is 4′ high by 18′ wide and can easily accommodate 8-10 large works or 15-20 small or medium pieces. If possible, we ask that student artwork be matted, preferably in a color other than white or off-white, which is the background for the display.

Each student’s artwork should be accompanied by an index card containing the following information:

  • Artist’s name, grade, and school
  • Town
  • Artwork medium (e.g., watercolor)
  • Title of artwork

Teachers are responsible for hanging the artwork at the beginning of the month and arranging for it to be picked up when the display is replaced. We also ask that students’ names, grouped by teacher, be provided to CEA on a separate sheet of paper so that we may send thank-you cards as well as an invitation to each artist to visit CEA headquarters and view his or her work.

For more information, or to reserve a month for the coming school year, contact CEA’s Lauren McGovern at laurenm@cea.org or 860-725-6300.

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