Student Artwork Shines at International Exhibit

Student Artwork Shines at International Exhibit photo

Three Village Central School District students showed their creative talents and artistic capabilities during this year’s International Interdependence Hexagon Project, a visual arts opportunity for students worldwide.

The event encourages students to create art within the infinitely interlinking shape of a hexagon, a metaphor for interconnectedness. Within the shape, students made connections to the world around them through shapes, words and other artistic representation. The 2018 theme was “Transforming Conflicts,” and was a call to promote global citizenship. 

Congratulations to the following Three Village winners:  

Most Effective All-Over Interpretation: (Minnesauke Elementary School)
Khizer Hasson
Devon Larsen
Isabella Rowett

Most Creative Expression: (Minnesauke Elementary School)
Hazel Cohas
William Goode
Althea Grubb-Aubrecht

Honorable Mention: (Minnesauke Elementary School)
Josslyn Appel
Emily Mills
CeJae Reynolds

The Living Book Project: (A collaborative project between art teachers Maria Maritato and Christine Sacco)
Minnesauke Elementary School: Nicole Dimech and Soraya Masrour
Setauket Elementary School: Francis Kelly and Olivia Surette
Mount Elementary School: Christian Tyler and Kyle Reye
Arrowhead Elementary School: Sabrina Zheng
Nassakeag Elementary School: Mallika Singh, Alexander Song, Vivian Wang and Aimee Yang