2013-14 AP Studio Art Exhibit

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About the Exhibit

The exhibit represents a selection of some of the finest artwork created by students who submitted portfolios for the AP Studio Art Exam in May 2013. The pieces were chosen from close to 50,000 portfolios after the portfolio scoring, which is conducted by a group of high school and college art educators with extensive experience in the AP Studio Art program. Each work was selected because it exemplifies the extremely high level of rigor, commitment and accomplishment that AP Studio Art students can achieve. The exhibit is produced each year by the AP Program as part of a celebration of AP student work and it honors outstanding AP Studio Art students. The exhibit also serves to inform students, teachers, parents and members of the art education community about opportunities available through participation in the AP Studio Art program and the diverse subjects, styles, media, techniques and expressions available to AP students.

The AP Studio Art Exhibit is shown at different locations around the United States throughout the year. This year the exhibit premiered at the AP Annual Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada in July. It will be displayed at the Brodsky Gallery of the Chauncey Conference Center in Princeton, New Jersey in August; the Mildred Harrison Dent Fine Arts Center at the Spartanburg Day School in Spartanburg, South Carolina in September and October; the Norris Cultural Arts Center in St. Charles, Illinois in November and December; the gallery of the Detroit Country Day School in Detroit, Michigan in January and February 2014; the Columbia College gallery in Chicago, Illinois in March and April; and the gallery of Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta, Georgia in June and July.

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