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Art in Bloom 2018 chair Dyann Skelton with honorary chairs Steve Durham and Barbara Durham

Art in Bloom chairman Dyann Skelton, honorary chairmen Barbara and Steve Durham and Dallas Museum of Art League president Nancy Cates were joined by more than 50 Art in Bloom supporters and committee members at the “Party for the Paintings” hosted by Stanley Korshak on Thursday, February 22, 2018 from 6 – 8 p.m.

 

Partygoers mingled as they enjoyed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres while perusing Stanley Korshak’s fabulous spring accessories.  On view exclusively for the event were two original works by Art in Bloom 2018 featured speaker Michael De Feo:  Untitled (Doutzen Kroes by Duy Yo for Vogue Nederland, April 2016), 2016, acrylic on two magazine pages, 14 1/4" x 20" which will be featured in the live auction, and Untitled (Rosamund Pike by Masha Mel for L'Officiel, No. 1013, April, 2017), 2017, acrylic on magazine page, 11.75 x 8.625 inches, 14 3/4" x 11 5/8", as one of the raffle prizes for one lucky winner. 

 

Mid-way through the festivities, Mrs. Skelton gathered the crowd and first thanked Crawford Brock, owner of Stanley Korshak, for hosting the painting preview party and for his support of the upcoming Art in Bloom.   She also announced that the works would be on view at the store through March 26.  Mr. Brock followed and extended his gratitude to all in attendance and invited them to come back to see De Feo’s works and to shop for the upcoming luncheon from the store’s designer collections.

 

Mrs. Skelton reminded everyone about the upcoming Art in Bloom, which will feature speaker Michael De Feo, a New York City-based artist known in the street art movement for his iconic flower images around the world under the moniker, the Flower Guy.  In addition to his numerous exhibitions in international galleries and museums around the world, he has also collaborated with fashion brands including Neiman Marcus, Christian Louboutin, MILLY, La Mer and J.Crew for whom he created a line of t-shirts as well as window designs for each of J.Crew’s 280-plus store façades around the world.   

 

As well, Flowers – An Exhibition will return for the second year and will feature a unique display of floral arrangements created by local designers and inspired by works of art from the Museum’s permanent collection. The exhibition will open on March 23 to Patron Party attendees and will be on view to all DMA visitors March 24 - 25 in the Museum’s Level 2 European galleries. 

 

In closing, she reminded all to purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win De Feo’s Untitled (Rosamund Pike by Masha Mel for L'Officiel, No. 1013, April, 2017), 2017, acrylic on magazine page, 11.75 x 8.625 inches, 14 3/4" x 11 5/8", as well as a new addition to the raffle, a unique opportunity to have International Chef Craig James come to your home and prepare a meal for eight guests. Chef Craig James will provide a quintessentially British menu showcasing his credentials in modern British cooking and his impressive background with English Chefs, wine is also included.  Raffle Tickets are $25 each or 5 for $100.

 

In attendance at the Art in Bloom “Party for the Paintings” were Art in Bloom 2018 chairman Dyann Skelton and John Skelton, honorary co-chairman Barbara and Steve Durham, Crawford Brock, Nancy Cates, DMA League president, Pat McDonough, Jill Goldberg, Sarah Jo Hardin, Carol Resnick, Elaine Raffel, Martha Leonard, Mignon and Stuart Jones, Terry Irby and Clayton Irby, Emily Maduro, Pat Pace, Suzanne Guthrie, Susan Fisk, Patra Fazel, Jolie Humphrey, Mary Lee Broder, Suzanne Caruso, Eleanor Casey and Susan Center.

 

Art in Bloom: Power of Flowers will be held on Monday, March 26, 2018 at the Museum at 10:00 a.m.  Highlights will include a reception, presentation by Michael De Feo, seated luncheon, and silent and live auctions. For more information, contact Edwina Gonzalez at the DMA’s Office of Special Events at 214-922-1800, or visit the Art In Bloom webpage at www.dma.org.

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Raffle prize: Untitled (Rosamund Pike by Masha Mel for L'Officiel, No. 1013, April, 2017), 2017, acrylic on magazine page, 11.75 x 8.625 inches, 14 3/4" x 11 5/8" by Michael De Feo

Art in Bloom chairman Dyann Skelton, honorary chairmen Barbara and Steve Durham and Dallas Museum of Art League president Nancy Cates were joined by more than 50 Art in Bloom supporters and committee members at the “Party for the Paintings” hosted by Stanley Korshak on Thursday, February 22, 2018 from 6 – 8 p.m.

 

Partygoers mingled as they enjoyed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres while perusing Stanley Korshak’s fabulous spring accessories.  On view exclusively for the event were two original works by Art in Bloom 2018 featured speaker Michael De Feo:  Untitled (Doutzen Kroes by Duy Yo for Vogue Nederland, April 2016), 2016, acrylic on two magazine pages, 14 1/4" x 20" which will be featured in the live auction, and Untitled (Rosamund Pike by Masha Mel for L'Officiel, No. 1013, April, 2017), 2017, acrylic on magazine page, 11.75 x 8.625 inches, 14 3/4" x 11 5/8", as one of the raffle prizes for one lucky winner. 

 

Mid-way through the festivities, Mrs. Skelton gathered the crowd and first thanked Crawford Brock, owner of Stanley Korshak, for hosting the painting preview party and for his support of the upcoming Art in Bloom.   She also announced that the works would be on view at the store through March 26.  Mr. Brock followed and extended his gratitude to all in attendance and invited them to come back to see De Feo’s works and to shop for the upcoming luncheon from the store’s designer collections.

 

Mrs. Skelton reminded everyone about the upcoming Art in Bloom, which will feature speaker Michael De Feo, a New York City-based artist known in the street art movement for his iconic flower images around the world under the moniker, the Flower Guy.  In addition to his numerous exhibitions in international galleries and museums around the world, he has also collaborated with fashion brands including Neiman Marcus, Christian Louboutin, MILLY, La Mer and J.Crew for whom he created a line of t-shirts as well as window designs for each of J.Crew’s 280-plus store façades around the world.   

 

As well, Flowers – An Exhibition will return for the second year and will feature a unique display of floral arrangements created by local designers and inspired by works of art from the Museum’s permanent collection. The exhibition will open on March 23 to Patron Party attendees and will be on view to all DMA visitors March 24 - 25 in the Museum’s Level 2 European galleries. 

 

In closing, she reminded all to purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win De Feo’s Untitled (Rosamund Pike by Masha Mel for L'Officiel, No. 1013, April, 2017), 2017, acrylic on magazine page, 11.75 x 8.625 inches, 14 3/4" x 11 5/8", as well as a new addition to the raffle, a unique opportunity to have International Chef Craig James come to your home and prepare a meal for eight guests. Chef Craig James will provide a quintessentially British menu showcasing his credentials in modern British cooking and his impressive background with English Chefs, wine is also included.  Raffle Tickets are $25 each or 5 for $100.

 

In attendance at the Art in Bloom “Party for the Paintings” were Art in Bloom 2018 chairman Dyann Skelton and John Skelton, honorary co-chairman Barbara and Steve Durham, Crawford Brock, Nancy Cates, DMA League president, Pat McDonough, Jill Goldberg, Sarah Jo Hardin, Carol Resnick, Elaine Raffel, Martha Leonard, Mignon and Stuart Jones, Terry Irby and Clayton Irby, Emily Maduro, Pat Pace, Suzanne Guthrie, Susan Fisk, Patra Fazel, Jolie Humphrey, Mary Lee Broder, Suzanne Caruso, Eleanor Casey and Susan Center.

 

Art in Bloom: Power of Flowers will be held on Monday, March 26, 2018 at the Museum at 10:00 a.m.  Highlights will include a reception, presentation by Michael De Feo, seated luncheon, and silent and live auctions. For more information, contact Edwina Gonzalez at the DMA’s Office of Special Events at 214-922-1800, or visit the Art In Bloom webpage at www.dma.org.

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Art in Bloom chairman Dyann Skelton, honorary chairmen Barbara and Steve Durham and Dallas Museum of Art League president Nancy Cates were joined by more than 50 Art in Bloom supporters and committee members at the “Party for the Paintings” hosted by Stanley Korshak on Thursday, February 22, 2018 from 6 – 8 p.m.

 

Partygoers mingled as they enjoyed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres while perusing Stanley Korshak’s fabulous spring accessories.  On view exclusively for the event were two original works by Art in Bloom 2018 featured speaker Michael De Feo:  Untitled (Doutzen Kroes by Duy Yo for Vogue Nederland, April 2016), 2016, acrylic on two magazine pages, 14 1/4" x 20" which will be featured in the live auction, and Untitled (Rosamund Pike by Masha Mel for L'Officiel, No. 1013, April, 2017), 2017, acrylic on magazine page, 11.75 x 8.625 inches, 14 3/4" x 11 5/8", as one of the raffle prizes for one lucky winner. 

 

Mid-way through the festivities, Mrs. Skelton gathered the crowd and first thanked Crawford Brock, owner of Stanley Korshak, for hosting the painting preview party and for his support of the upcoming Art in Bloom.   She also announced that the works would be on view at the store through March 26.  Mr. Brock followed and extended his gratitude to all in attendance and invited them to come back to see De Feo’s works and to shop for the upcoming luncheon from the store’s designer collections.

 

Mrs. Skelton reminded everyone about the upcoming Art in Bloom, which will feature speaker Michael De Feo, a New York City-based artist known in the street art movement for his iconic flower images around the world under the moniker, the Flower Guy.  In addition to his numerous exhibitions in international galleries and museums around the world, he has also collaborated with fashion brands including Neiman Marcus, Christian Louboutin, MILLY, La Mer and J.Crew for whom he created a line of t-shirts as well as window designs for each of J.Crew’s 280-plus store façades around the world.   

 

As well, Flowers – An Exhibition will return for the second year and will feature a unique display of floral arrangements created by local designers and inspired by works of art from the Museum’s permanent collection. The exhibition will open on March 23 to Patron Party attendees and will be on view to all DMA visitors March 24 - 25 in the Museum’s Level 2 European galleries. 

 

In closing, she reminded all to purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win De Feo’s Untitled (Rosamund Pike by Masha Mel for L'Officiel, No. 1013, April, 2017), 2017, acrylic on magazine page, 11.75 x 8.625 inches, 14 3/4" x 11 5/8", as well as a new addition to the raffle, a unique opportunity to have International Chef Craig James come to your home and prepare a meal for eight guests. Chef Craig James will provide a quintessentially British menu showcasing his credentials in modern British cooking and his impressive background with English Chefs, wine is also included.  Raffle Tickets are $25 each or 5 for $100.

 

In attendance at the Art in Bloom “Party for the Paintings” were Art in Bloom 2018 chairman Dyann Skelton and John Skelton, honorary co-chairman Barbara and Steve Durham, Crawford Brock, Nancy Cates, DMA League president, Pat McDonough, Jill Goldberg, Sarah Jo Hardin, Carol Resnick, Elaine Raffel, Martha Leonard, Mignon and Stuart Jones, Terry Irby and Clayton Irby, Emily Maduro, Pat Pace, Suzanne Guthrie, Susan Fisk, Patra Fazel, Jolie Humphrey, Mary Lee Broder, Suzanne Caruso, Eleanor Casey and Susan Center.

 

Art in Bloom: Power of Flowers will be held on Monday, March 26, 2018 at the Museum at 10:00 a.m.  Highlights will include a reception, presentation by Michael De Feo, seated luncheon, and silent and live auctions. For more information, contact Edwina Gonzalez at the DMA’s Office of Special Events at 214-922-1800, or visit the Art In Bloom webpage at www.dma.org.

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Art in Bloom 2018 honorary chairman Steve Durham and Barbara Durham

Art in Bloom chairman Dyann Skelton, honorary chairmen Barbara and Steve Durham and Dallas Museum of Art League president Nancy Cates were joined by more than 50 Art in Bloom supporters and committee members at the “Party for the Paintings” hosted by Stanley Korshak on Thursday, February 22, 2018 from 6 – 8 p.m.

 

Partygoers mingled as they enjoyed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres while perusing Stanley Korshak’s fabulous spring accessories.  On view exclusively for the event were two original works by Art in Bloom 2018 featured speaker Michael De Feo:  Untitled (Doutzen Kroes by Duy Yo for Vogue Nederland, April 2016), 2016, acrylic on two magazine pages, 14 1/4" x 20" which will be featured in the live auction, and Untitled (Rosamund Pike by Masha Mel for L'Officiel, No. 1013, April, 2017), 2017, acrylic on magazine page, 11.75 x 8.625 inches, 14 3/4" x 11 5/8", as one of the raffle prizes for one lucky winner. 

 

Mid-way through the festivities, Mrs. Skelton gathered the crowd and first thanked Crawford Brock, owner of Stanley Korshak, for hosting the painting preview party and for his support of the upcoming Art in Bloom.   She also announced that the works would be on view at the store through March 26.  Mr. Brock followed and extended his gratitude to all in attendance and invited them to come back to see De Feo’s works and to shop for the upcoming luncheon from the store’s designer collections.

 

Mrs. Skelton reminded everyone about the upcoming Art in Bloom, which will feature speaker Michael De Feo, a New York City-based artist known in the street art movement for his iconic flower images around the world under the moniker, the Flower Guy.  In addition to his numerous exhibitions in international galleries and museums around the world, he has also collaborated with fashion brands including Neiman Marcus, Christian Louboutin, MILLY, La Mer and J.Crew for whom he created a line of t-shirts as well as window designs for each of J.Crew’s 280-plus store façades around the world.   

 

As well, Flowers – An Exhibition will return for the second year and will feature a unique display of floral arrangements created by local designers and inspired by works of art from the Museum’s permanent collection. The exhibition will open on March 23 to Patron Party attendees and will be on view to all DMA visitors March 24 - 25 in the Museum’s Level 2 European galleries. 

 

In closing, she reminded all to purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win De Feo’s Untitled (Rosamund Pike by Masha Mel for L'Officiel, No. 1013, April, 2017), 2017, acrylic on magazine page, 11.75 x 8.625 inches, 14 3/4" x 11 5/8", as well as a new addition to the raffle, a unique opportunity to have International Chef Craig James come to your home and prepare a meal for eight guests. Chef Craig James will provide a quintessentially British menu showcasing his credentials in modern British cooking and his impressive background with English Chefs, wine is also included.  Raffle Tickets are $25 each or 5 for $100.

 

In attendance at the Art in Bloom “Party for the Paintings” were Art in Bloom 2018 chairman Dyann Skelton and John Skelton, honorary co-chairman Barbara and Steve Durham, Crawford Brock, Nancy Cates, DMA League president, Pat McDonough, Jill Goldberg, Sarah Jo Hardin, Carol Resnick, Elaine Raffel, Martha Leonard, Mignon and Stuart Jones, Terry Irby and Clayton Irby, Emily Maduro, Pat Pace, Suzanne Guthrie, Susan Fisk, Patra Fazel, Jolie Humphrey, Mary Lee Broder, Suzanne Caruso, Eleanor Casey and Susan Center.

 

Art in Bloom: Power of Flowers will be held on Monday, March 26, 2018 at the Museum at 10:00 a.m.  Highlights will include a reception, presentation by Michael De Feo, seated luncheon, and silent and live auctions. For more information, contact Edwina Gonzalez at the DMA’s Office of Special Events at 214-922-1800, or visit the Art In Bloom webpage at www.dma.org.

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Josie Pizzo, Plano Senior High School, "The Movement of Line", Acrylic Paint and Oil Markers

The O’Donnell Foundation will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Young Masters Exhibition on view February 24 - April 15, 2018 at the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA)in the Concourse Gallery. The exhibition features selected original works created by Advanced Placement® Studio Art, Art History, and Music Theory students from ten Dallas-area high schools participating in the O’Donnell Foundation’s AP Arts Incentive Program, including the following students from Plano area high schools:

Xinyu Ai, Plano Senior High School, Studio Art

Fernando Avelar, Plano East Senior High School, Studio Art

Badia Dhalia, Plano West Senior High School, Studio Art

Stephanie Garcia, Plano East Senior High School, Studio Art

Jackson Hescock, Plano West Senior High School, Studio Art

Anthony Jiang, Plano West Senior High School, Art History

Varsha Kumar, Plano West Senior High School, Studio Art

Margaret Le, Plano East Senior High School, Studio Art

Josh Lu, Plano East Senior High School, Studio Art

Angie Ngo, Plano East Senior High School, Studio Art

Rachael Pham, Plano East Senior High School, Studio Art

Nicholas Pinto, Plano West Senior High School, Music Theory

Josie Pizzo, Plano Senior High School, Studio Art

Nicole Poon, Plano West Senior High School, Studio Art

Chaani Rao, Plano West Senior High School, Studio Art

Catie Savage, Plano East Senior High School, Studio Art

Christina Sexton, Plano Senior High School, Studio Art

Marianna Stasney, Plano West Senior High School, Studio Art

Sandra Tsang, Plano West Senior High School, Studio Art

Desiree Turner, Plano Senior High School, Studio Art

Jacqueline Wei, Plano West Senior High School, Art History

Fan-Chi Wu, Plano West Senior High School, Studio Art

Harrison Wu, Plano West Senior High School, Music Theory

Roy Xiong, Plano West Senior High School, Music Theory

Triston Zhang, Plano Senior High School, Music Theory

Selected by a panel of respected professionals from the arts and music fields, the 2018 exhibition features 64 original pieces chosen from 667 works submitted by AP Fine Arts students. The exhibition includes fifty-four 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional works of art created by AP Studio Art students, four essays analyzing works of art in the DMA’s permanent collections by AP Art History students, and six 4-minute original compositions by AP Music Theory students.  

Schools represented in the exhibition are Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (BTWHSPVA), Colleyville Heritage High School, Coppell High School, Creekview High School, Grapevine High School, Lovejoy High School, Plano East Senior High School, Plano Senior High School, Plano West Senior High School, and Richardson High School. The following twenty-five students from Plano high schools were selected for the exhibition:

 A private reception and ceremony will be held on Tuesday, March 6, at the Dallas Museum of Art for participating students, their families, and teachers. 

The O’Donnell Foundation’s Advanced Placement Fine Arts Program was founded twenty-four years ago to motivate high school students’ interest and success in rigorous college-level fine arts courses, AP Art History, AP Studio Art, and AP Music Theory. In their mission to support schools as national models of excellence in fine arts education, the Foundation provides superior AP and Pre-AP training for program teachers. This year, 119 teachers and 1,790 students from 16 Dallas-area high schools participate in the program.

Based on the 2017 College Board AP fine arts qualifying exam results of a “3” or higher, the Foundation’s grant schools account for 16.5% of the state’s qualifying AP Fine Arts exams; 21% of the state’s qualifying AP Art History exams, 26% of the state’s qualifying AP Music Theory exams, and 12% of the state’s qualifying AP Studio Art exams. Six of the Program’s schools are included in the top ten state rankings for comprehensive AP Fine Arts schools (campuses that offer all three disciplines: AP Studio Art, AP Art History, and AP Music Theory). Eighty-eight percent of the Foundation’s AP Fine Arts students taking an AP Fine Arts exam in 2017 received a qualifying score.

Since its founding in 1994, more than 20,500 arts and music students have benefited from the O’Donnell Foundation’s AP incentive programs. Last year, graduating seniors earned over $42 million in scholarships.

Admission to the Young Masters exhibition in the DMA’s Concourse is included with free general admission. For more information, visit www.apstrategiesarts.org or www.DMA.org.

 

About the Dallas Museum of Art
Established in 1903, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) is among the 10 largest art museums in the country and is distinguished by its commitment to research, innovation, and public engagement. At the heart of the Museum and its programs is its global collection, which encompasses more than 24,000 works and spans 5,000 years of history, representing a full range of world cultures. Located in the nation’s largest arts district, the Museum acts as a catalyst for community creativity, engaging people of all ages and backgrounds with a diverse spectrum of programming, from exhibitions and lectures to concerts, literary events, and dramatic and dance presentations. Since the Museum’s return to free general admission in 2013, the DMA has welcomed more than 3.2 million visitors. For more information, visit DMA.org.

The Dallas Museum of Art is supported, in part, by the generosity of DMA Members and donors, the citizens of Dallas through the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, and the Texas Commission on the Arts. 

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Gabriela Noriega, "A Mountain from Far Away", Colored Pencil, Cut Paper, Stitching, and Fabrication

The O’Donnell Foundation will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Young Masters Exhibition on view February 24 - April 15, 2018 at the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA)in the Concourse Gallery. The exhibition features selected original works created by Advanced Placement® Studio Art, Art History, and Music Theory students from ten Dallas-area high schools participating in the O’Donnell Foundation’s AP Arts Incentive Program, including the following students who attend Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts:

Ava Blankemeyer, Studio Art

Alexander Canright, Music Theory

Lily Edwards, Studio Art

Kate Kahle, Studio Art

Leslie Miguel, Studio Art

Joaquin Moore, Studio Art

Bernadette Negrete, Studio Art

Gabriela Noriega, Studio Art

Daniela Segovia, Studio Art

Selected by a panel of respected professionals from the arts and music fields, the 2018 exhibition features 64 original pieces chosen from 667 works submitted by AP Fine Arts students. The exhibition includes fifty-four 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional works of art created by AP Studio Art students, four essays analyzing works of art in the DMA’s permanent collections by AP Art History students, and six 4-minute original compositions by AP Music Theory students. 

Schools represented in the exhibition are Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (BTWHSPVA), Colleyville Heritage High School, Coppell High School, Creekview High School, Grapevine High School, Lovejoy High School, Plano East Senior High School, Plano Senior High School, Plano West Senior High School, and Richardson High School. The following nine students from Booker T. Washington High School of the Performing and Visual Arts were selected for the exhibition:

 

A private reception and ceremony will be held on Tuesday, March 6, at the Dallas Museum of Art for participating students, their families, and teachers. 

The O’Donnell Foundation’s Advanced Placement Fine Arts Program was founded twenty-four years ago to motivate high school students’ interest and success in rigorous college-level fine arts courses, AP Art History, AP Studio Art, and AP Music Theory. In their mission to support schools as national models of excellence in fine arts education, the Foundation provides superior AP and Pre-AP training for program teachers. This year, 119 teachers and 1,790 students from 16 Dallas-area high schools participate in the program.

Based on the 2017 College Board AP fine arts qualifying exam results of a “3” or higher, the Foundation’s grant schools account for 16.5% of the state’s qualifying AP Fine Arts exams; 21% of the state’s qualifying AP Art History exams, 26% of the state’s qualifying AP Music Theory exams, and 12% of the state’s qualifying AP Studio Art exams. Six of the Program’s schools are included in the top ten state rankings for comprehensive AP Fine Arts schools (campuses that offer all three disciplines: AP Studio Art, AP Art History, and AP Music Theory). Eighty-eight percent of the Foundation’s AP Fine Arts students taking an AP Fine Arts exam in 2017 received a qualifying score.

Since its founding in 1994, more than 20,500 arts and music students have benefited from the O’Donnell Foundation’s AP incentive programs. Last year, graduating seniors earned over $42 million in scholarships. 

Admission to the Young Masters exhibition in the DMA’s Concourse is included with free general admission. For more information, visit www.apstrategiesarts.org or www.DMA.org.

About the Dallas Museum of Art
Established in 1903, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) is among the 10 largest art museums in the country and is distinguished by its commitment to research, innovation, and public engagement. At the heart of the Museum and its programs is its global collection, which encompasses more than 24,000 works and spans 5,000 years of history, representing a full range of world cultures. Located in the nation’s largest arts district, the Museum acts as a catalyst for community creativity, engaging people of all ages and backgrounds with a diverse spectrum of programming, from exhibitions and lectures to concerts, literary events, and dramatic and dance presentations. Since the Museum’s return to free general admission in 2013, the DMA has welcomed more than 3.2 million visitors. For more information, visit DMA.org.

The Dallas Museum of Art is supported, in part, by the generosity of DMA Members and donors, the citizens of Dallas through the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, and the Texas Commission on the Arts. 

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Michael Gutierrez, "Castle Boot", Digital Over Cut Color Chip Background

The O’Donnell Foundation will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Young Masters Exhibition on view February 24 - April 15, 2018 at the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA)in the Concourse Gallery. The exhibition features selected original works created by Advanced Placement® Studio Art, Art History, and Music Theory students from ten Dallas-area high schools participating in the O’Donnell Foundation’s AP Arts Incentive Program, including the following Coppell High School students:

Abigail Albright, Studio Art

Emily Elliott, Studio Art

Michael Gutierrez, Studio Art

Kimberly McDonald, Studio Art

Jingchun Quan, Studio Art

Karina Teruya, Studio Art

Bleu Wilson, Studio Art

Selected by a panel of respected professionals from the arts and music fields, the 2018 exhibition features 64 original pieces chosen from 667 works submitted by AP Fine Arts students. The exhibition includes fifty-four 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional works of art created by AP Studio Art students, four essays analyzing works of art in the DMA’s permanent collections by AP Art History students, and six 4-minute original compositions by AP Music Theory students.  

Schools represented in the exhibition are Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (BTWHSPVA), Colleyville Heritage High School, Coppell High School, Creekview High School, Grapevine High School, Lovejoy High School, Plano East Senior High School, Plano Senior High School, Plano West Senior High School, and Richardson High School. The following seven Coppell High School students were selected for the exhibition:

 

A private reception and ceremony will be held on Tuesday, March 6, at the Dallas Museum of Art for participating students, their families, and teachers. 

The O’Donnell Foundation’s Advanced Placement Fine Arts Program was founded twenty-four years ago to motivate high school students’ interest and success in rigorous college-level fine arts courses, AP Art History, AP Studio Art, and AP Music Theory. In their mission to support schools as national models of excellence in fine arts education, the Foundation provides superior AP and Pre-AP training for program teachers. This year, 119 teachers and 1,790 students from 16 Dallas-area high schools participate in the program.

Based on the 2017 College Board AP fine arts qualifying exam results of a “3” or higher, the Foundation’s grant schools account for 16.5% of the state’s qualifying AP Fine Arts exams; 21% of the state’s qualifying AP Art History exams, 26% of the state’s qualifying AP Music Theory exams, and 12% of the state’s qualifying AP Studio Art exams. Six of the Program’s schools are included in the top ten state rankings for comprehensive AP Fine Arts schools (campuses that offer all three disciplines: AP Studio Art, AP Art History, and AP Music Theory). Eighty-eight percent of the Foundation’s AP Fine Arts students taking an AP Fine Arts exam in 2017 received a qualifying score.

Since its founding in 1994, more than 20,500 arts and music students have benefited from the O’Donnell Foundation’s AP incentive programs. Last year, graduating seniors earned over $42 million in scholarships.

Admission to the Young Masters exhibition in the DMA’s Concourse is included with free general admission. For more information, visit www.apstrategiesarts.org or www.DMA.org.

 

About the Dallas Museum of Art
Established in 1903, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) is among the 10 largest art museums in the country and is distinguished by its commitment to research, innovation, and public engagement. At the heart of the Museum and its programs is its global collection, which encompasses more than 24,000 works and spans 5,000 years of history, representing a full range of world cultures. Located in the nation’s largest arts district, the Museum acts as a catalyst for community creativity, engaging people of all ages and backgrounds with a diverse spectrum of programming, from exhibitions and lectures to concerts, literary events, and dramatic and dance presentations. Since the Museum’s return to free general admission in 2013, the DMA has welcomed more than 3.2 million visitors. For more information, visit DMA.org.

The Dallas Museum of Art is supported, in part, by the generosity of DMA Members and donors, the citizens of Dallas through the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, and the Texas Commission on the Arts. 

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Karli Livingston, "Math Vs. Makeup", Photographs Printed on Transparency Paper with Cardboard Puzzles

The O’Donnell Foundation will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Young Masters Exhibition on view February 24 - April 15, 2018 at the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA)in the Concourse Gallery. The exhibition features selected original works created by Advanced Placement® Studio Art, Art History, and Music Theory students from ten Dallas-area high schools participating in the O’Donnell Foundation’s AP Arts Incentive Program, including the following students from Grapevine High School:  

Meesha Afkami, Studio Art

Karli Livingston, Studio Art

Ryaan Kara, Art History

Sanika Bhave, Art History

Selected by a panel of respected professionals from the arts and music fields, the 2018 exhibition features 64 original pieces chosen from 667 works submitted by AP Fine Arts students. The exhibition includes fifty-four 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional works of art created by AP Studio Art students, four essays analyzing works of art in the DMA’s permanent collections by AP Art History students, and six 4-minute original compositions by AP Music Theory students.  

Schools represented in the exhibition are Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (BTWHSPVA), Colleyville Heritage High School, Coppell High School, Creekview High School, Grapevine High School, Lovejoy High School, Plano East Senior High School, Plano Senior High School, Plano West Senior High School, and Richardson High School. The following four Grapevine High School students were selected for the exhibition:

A private reception and ceremony will be held on Tuesday, March 6, at the Dallas Museum of Art for participating students, their families, and teachers. 

The O’Donnell Foundation’s Advanced Placement Fine Arts Program was founded twenty-four years ago to motivate high school students’ interest and success in rigorous college-level fine arts courses, AP Art History, AP Studio Art, and AP Music Theory. In their mission to support schools as national models of excellence in fine arts education, the Foundation provides superior AP and Pre-AP training for program teachers. This year, 119 teachers and 1,790 students from 16 Dallas-area high schools participate in the program.

Based on the 2017 College Board AP fine arts qualifying exam results of a “3” or higher, the Foundation’s grant schools account for 16.5% of the state’s qualifying AP Fine Arts exams; 21% of the state’s qualifying AP Art History exams, 26% of the state’s qualifying AP Music Theory exams, and 12% of the state’s qualifying AP Studio Art exams. Six of the Program’s schools are included in the top ten state rankings for comprehensive AP Fine Arts schools (campuses that offer all three disciplines: AP Studio Art, AP Art History, and AP Music Theory). Eighty-eight percent of the Foundation’s AP Fine Arts students taking an AP Fine Arts exam in 2017 received a qualifying score.

Since its founding in 1994, more than 20,500 arts and music students have benefited from the O’Donnell Foundation’s AP incentive programs. Last year, graduating seniors earned over $42 million in scholarships.

Admission to the Young Masters exhibition in the DMA’s Concourse is included with free general admission. For more information, visit www.apstrategiesarts.org or www.DMA.org.

 

About the Dallas Museum of Art
Established in 1903, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) is among the 10 largest art museums in the country and is distinguished by its commitment to research, innovation, and public engagement. At the heart of the Museum and its programs is its global collection, which encompasses more than 24,000 works and spans 5,000 years of history, representing a full range of world cultures. Located in the nation’s largest arts district, the Museum acts as a catalyst for community creativity, engaging people of all ages and backgrounds with a diverse spectrum of programming, from exhibitions and lectures to concerts, literary events, and dramatic and dance presentations. Since the Museum’s return to free general admission in 2013, the DMA has welcomed more than 3.2 million visitors. For more information, visit DMA.org.

The Dallas Museum of Art is supported, in part, by the generosity of DMA Members and donors, the citizens of Dallas through the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, and the Texas Commission on the Arts. 

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Lindsey Hammond, "Guangdong", Stone Carving

The O’Donnell Foundation will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Young Masters Exhibition on view February 24 - April 15, 2018 at the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA)in the Concourse Gallery. The exhibition features selected original works created by Advanced Placement® Studio Art, Art History, and Music Theory students from ten Dallas-area high schools participating in the O’Donnell Foundation’s AP Arts Incentive Program, including the following students from Lovejoy High School:  

Taite Borozny, Studio Art

Katie Felton, Studio Art

Tad Greenwald, Studio Art

Lindsey Hammond, Studio Art

Carly Johnson, Studio Art

Anna Redman, Studio Art

Elijah Ruhala, Studio Art

Emma Wigginton, Studio Art

Selected by a panel of respected professionals from the arts and music fields, the 2018 exhibition features 64 original pieces chosen from 667 works submitted by AP Fine Arts students. The exhibition includes fifty-four 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional works of art created by AP Studio Art students, four essays analyzing works of art in the DMA’s permanent collections by AP Art History students, and six 4-minute original compositions by AP Music Theory students.  

Schools represented in the exhibition are Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (BTWHSPVA), Colleyville Heritage High School, Coppell High School, Creekview High School, Grapevine High School, Lovejoy High School, Plano East Senior High School, Plano Senior High School, Plano West Senior High School, and Richardson High School. The following eight Lovejoy High School students were selected for the exhibition: 

A private reception and ceremony will be held on Tuesday, March 6, at the Dallas Museum of Art for participating students, their families, and teachers. 

The O’Donnell Foundation’s Advanced Placement Fine Arts Program was founded twenty-four years ago to motivate high school students’ interest and success in rigorous college-level fine arts courses, AP Art History, AP Studio Art, and AP Music Theory. In their mission to support schools as national models of excellence in fine arts education, the Foundation provides superior AP and Pre-AP training for program teachers. This year, 119 teachers and 1,790 students from 16 Dallas-area high schools participate in the program.

Based on the 2017 College Board AP fine arts qualifying exam results of a “3” or higher, the Foundation’s grant schools account for 16.5% of the state’s qualifying AP Fine Arts exams; 21% of the state’s qualifying AP Art History exams, 26% of the state’s qualifying AP Music Theory exams, and 12% of the state’s qualifying AP Studio Art exams. Six of the Program’s schools are included in the top ten state rankings for comprehensive AP Fine Arts schools (campuses that offer all three disciplines: AP Studio Art, AP Art History, and AP Music Theory). Eighty-eight percent of the Foundation’s AP Fine Arts students taking an AP Fine Arts exam in 2017 received a qualifying score.

Since its founding in 1994, more than 20,500 arts and music students have benefited from the O’Donnell Foundation’s AP incentive programs. Last year, graduating seniors earned over $42 million in scholarships.

Admission to the Young Masters exhibition in the DMA’s Concourse is included with free general admission. For more information, visit www.apstrategiesarts.org or www.DMA.org.

 

About the Dallas Museum of Art
Established in 1903, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) is among the 10 largest art museums in the country and is distinguished by its commitment to research, innovation, and public engagement. At the heart of the Museum and its programs is its global collection, which encompasses more than 24,000 works and spans 5,000 years of history, representing a full range of world cultures. Located in the nation’s largest arts district, the Museum acts as a catalyst for community creativity, engaging people of all ages and backgrounds with a diverse spectrum of programming, from exhibitions and lectures to concerts, literary events, and dramatic and dance presentations. Since the Museum’s return to free general admission in 2013, the DMA has welcomed more than 3.2 million visitors. For more information, visit DMA.org

The Dallas Museum of Art is supported, in part, by the generosity of DMA Members and donors, the citizens of Dallas through the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, and the Texas Commission on the Arts. 

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Jean-Luc Fagnan, "Blonde Islander", Polymer Clay, Gardening Wire, Foil, Acrylic Paint, Tile Cleaner, Electrical Tape, Coins, Plastic Cup

The O’Donnell Foundation will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Young Masters Exhibition on view February 24 - April 15, 2018 at the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA)in the Concourse Gallery. The exhibition features selected original works created by Advanced Placement® Studio Art, Art History, and Music Theory students from ten Dallas-area high schools participating in the O’Donnell Foundation’s AP Arts Incentive Program including the following students from Richardson High School:

Evan Balster, Studio Art

Amaris Carter, Studio Art

Jean-Luc Fagnan, Studio Art

TomIssac Mark, Studio Art

Anna Fitzgerald, Music Theory

Selected by a panel of respected professionals from the arts and music fields, the 2018 exhibition features 64 original pieces chosen from 667 works submitted by AP Fine Arts students. The exhibition includes fifty-four 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional works of art created by AP Studio Art students, four essays analyzing works of art in the DMA’s permanent collections by AP Art History students, and six 4-minute original compositions by AP Music Theory students.  

Schools represented in the exhibition are Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (BTWHSPVA), Colleyville Heritage High School, Coppell High School, Creekview High School, Grapevine High School, Lovejoy High School, Plano East Senior High School, Plano Senior High School, Plano West Senior High School, and Richardson High School.

A private reception and ceremony will be held on Tuesday, March 6, at the Dallas Museum of Art for participating students, their families, and teachers. 

The O’Donnell Foundation’s Advanced Placement Fine Arts Program was founded twenty-four years ago to motivate high school students’ interest and success in rigorous college-level fine arts courses, AP Art History, AP Studio Art, and AP Music Theory. In their mission to support schools as national models of excellence in fine arts education, the Foundation provides superior AP and Pre-AP training for program teachers. This year, 119 teachers and 1,790 students from 16 Dallas-area high schools participate in the program.

Based on the 2017 College Board AP fine arts qualifying exam results of a “3” or higher, the Foundation’s grant schools account for 16.5% of the state’s qualifying AP Fine Arts exams; 21% of the state’s qualifying AP Art History exams, 26% of the state’s qualifying AP Music Theory exams, and 12% of the state’s qualifying AP Studio Art exams. Six of the Program’s schools are included in the top ten state rankings for comprehensive AP Fine Arts schools (campuses that offer all three disciplines: AP Studio Art, AP Art History, and AP Music Theory). Eighty-eight percent of the Foundation’s AP Fine Arts students taking an AP Fine Arts exam in 2017 received a qualifying score.

Since its founding in 1994, more than 20,500 arts and music students have benefited from the O’Donnell Foundation’s AP incentive programs. Last year, graduating seniors earned over $42 million in scholarships.

Admission to the Young Masters exhibition in the DMA’s Concourse is included with free general admission. For more information, visit www.apstrategiesarts.org or www.DMA.org.

 

About the Dallas Museum of Art
Established in 1903, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) is among the 10 largest art museums in the country and is distinguished by its commitment to research, innovation, and public engagement. At the heart of the Museum and its programs is its global collection, which encompasses more than 24,000 works and spans 5,000 years of history, representing a full range of world cultures. Located in the nation’s largest arts district, the Museum acts as a catalyst for community creativity, engaging people of all ages and backgrounds with a diverse spectrum of programming, from exhibitions and lectures to concerts, literary events, and dramatic and dance presentations. Since the Museum’s return to free general admission in 2013, the DMA has welcomed more than 3.2 million visitors. For more information, visit DMA.org.

The Dallas Museum of Art is supported, in part, by the generosity of DMA Members and donors, the citizens of Dallas through the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, and the Texas Commission on the Arts.