The College of Education’s Art Extravaganza began in 2004 as an initiative to spotlight the artwork of exceptional P-12 art students in the region, many of whom are taught by Georgia Southern University alumni. The exhibit is on display in the College of Education’s second floor hallway gallery. Each spring, a new exhibit opens and the artwork remains on display for one year. The Art Extravaganza is sponsored by Georgia Southern University, College of Education.
The Opening Exhibit and Reception for the 14th annual College of Education’s Art Extravaganza will take place on March 4, 2018 from 2-4 pm.
Click here to view the guidelines for art submission and information for this year’s event.
Information for the 14th annual College of Education Art Extravaganza to be held March, 2018, will be sent to certified art teachers in public schools in the region beginning August, 2017. If you would like to receive further information regarding this event, please contact Mrs. Janina Jones, 912-478-5095, firstname.lastname@example.org.
14th Annual Art Extravaganza a success.
On Sunday, March 4, 2018, friends and family gathered to recognize the over 40 artists whose artworks are now on display in the College of Education for the 14th annual Art Extravaganza. This year’s ceremony featured Georgia Southern University art professor John Jensen, MFA. An expert in ceramics and sculpture, Jensen spoke about the importance of art and the necessity of finding a career you can enjoy. He displayed several of his own art pieces and highlighted the joys of serving as a professor of art at Armstrong State University and now Georgia Southern.
THANK YOU to the following schools who participated this year: Sallie Zetterower Elementary; Metter High; Brooklet Elementary; Portal Elementary; Portal Middle/High; Mill Creek Elementary; Statesboro High; Dublin High; V.L. Heard Elementary; Southeast Bulloch Middle; Lyman Hall Elementary; and Richmond Hill Middle Schools.
Please see the video below to view this year’s submissions to the 2018 College of Education’s Art Extravaganza