2007-06-08 / Community

PS 225 Students Host Arts Festival

Seventh and eighth grade students from Mrs. Mangano's class worked with art teacher Ms. Palermo to create a mural for the Very Special Arts Festival held at St. John's University on May 22. The students worked very hard for over a month to paint an undersea masterpiece, a school officials says. Their work will be on display at the Queens Museum of Art in the fall. The artists who took such great direction from Ms. Palermo were: Tanasha Battle, Jamal Davis, Shawn Dowe, Mwai France, Donovan Gordon and Kimberly Johnson. Principal Matthew Melchiorre and Assistant Principal Nicole Kelly with some of the artists.
Seventh and eighth grade students from Mrs. Mangano's class worked with art teacher Ms. Palermo to create a mural for the Very Special Arts Festival held at St. John's University on May 22. The students worked very hard for over a month to paint an undersea masterpiece, a school officials says. Their work will be on display at the Queens Museum of Art in the fall. The artists who took such great direction from Ms. Palermo were: Tanasha Battle, Jamal Davis, Shawn Dowe, Mwai France, Donovan Gordon and Kimberly Johnson. Principal Matthew Melchiorre and Assistant Principal Nicole Kelly with some of the artists. .


Student artists with their mural at the festivalStudent artists with their mural at the festival

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