The Babylon Village Arts Council is proud is announce our annual Art Partnership Program in collaboration with the Babylon High School Art Department to foster the love of art in the next generation. Babylon High School students, Lily Hagan and Juliette Chapman have created works of arts with supplies provided by the Babylon Village Arts Council in the amount of $200 per student. Under the guidance of Cheryl Schweider, art teacher at Babylon High School, students learned timemmanagement skills, budget constraints, and how to curate an art show.
To experience a real life art exhibition students will have two opportunities to display their artwork; at Art by the Falls May 21, 2022 in Argyle Park and at the Babylon Public Library for the Month of June.The Art Partnership Program is funded through membership and donations. Visit www.babylonbvilagearts.org. Keeping the arts in the forefront benefits the community in positive ways and fosters a love for the arts for all ages.
If interested in sponsoring this program contact Rose Norman at 631-669-1810 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo: Lily Hagan and Juliette Chapman and, Cheryl Schweider, Art High Scool Teacher