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College of Education’s Art Extravaganza

A College of Education and PK-12 Partnership

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 art work is displayed on all three Georgia Southern University campus locations.  The Art Extravaganza is sponsored by Georgia Southern University’s, College of Education.

Art Extravaganza artwork
Art Extravaganza artwork
Art Extravaganza artwork

15th Annual Art Extravaganza

The 2021 Art Extravaganza will showcase over 40 artists from surrounding area schools. Their artworks will be displayed on all three Georgia Southern University campus locations for one year. THANK YOU to the following schools who participated this year:

Participating Schools

  • Gadsden Elementary School
  • Glennville Elementary School
  • Heard Elementary School
  • Henderson E. Formey, Jr. School
  • Lyman Hall Elementary School
  • Mattie Lively Elementary School
  • Mill Creek Elementary School
  • Nevils Elementary School
  • Shuman Elementary School
  • White Bluff Elementary School
  • DeRenne Middle School
  • Effingham County Middle School
  • Godley Station School (PK-8)
  • Hubert Middle School
  • Langston Chapel Middle School
  • Richmond Hill Middle School
  • Snelson-Golden Middle School
  • William James Middle School
  • Claxton High School
  • Effingham County High School
  • Islands High School
  • Liberty College and Career Academy
  • Portal High School
  • Screven County High School
  • Southeast Bulloch High School
  • Statesboro High School

Statesboro Campus Display

Georgia Southern’s Art Extravaganza Statesboro Campus Display

Armstrong Campus Display

Georgia Southern’s Art Extravaganza Armstrong Campus Display

If you would like to receive further information regarding this event,  please contact Ms. Kelli Howard, khoward@georgiasouthern.edu

Last updated: 10/29/2021