Welcome to the Art Dept
"My contribution to the world is my ability to draw.I will draw as much as I can for as many people as I can for as long as I can.Drawing is still basically the same as it has been since prehistoric times.It brings together man and the world. It lives through magic".- KEITH HARING -
Mrs. Filippone's photogrpahy students getting a chance to make a mess and experiment with water, milk, sodea and food coloring while taking photos of objects plunging into them.14th Annual Gallery@77 Student Art Show
On Thursday, March 21, 2019 the Sewanhaka District Art Department hosted a student artist reception at the Central Administration Building to honor twenty-one talented artists from the district. Each Art teacher from the district chooses one piece of artwork from their finest student to be displayed. Administrators, teachers, and family members celebrated the artistic talents of our wonderful students. Abigail Percy, grade 9 from Mr. Lundergan’s Studio Art class, Kiara D Balgobin, grade 9 from Mr. Aragon’s Digital Design II class, Nicole Politano grade12 from Mrs. Filippone’s AP 2D Design class, Kareen Pierre-Louis, grade 10 from Mrs. Kerschman’s Drawing & Painting class and, Wajihah Tahir, grade 9 from Mrs. Levine’s Art 8 class proudly represent Sewanhaka’s Art Department. Their stunning artwork will be on display in the Central Administration Offices for the entire year.
Steele Brogdon(1st), Djayla Magnuo (1st) ,Amadou Cisse (2nd ), and John Kochukanayathil (3rd) for having their artwork recognized by the Floral Park Women's League in the areas of Illustration, and Photography, receiving 1st and 2nd place honors. Steele Brogdon and Djayla Magnuo been selected to move onto the state level.
Sean Daduya for being The Art Supervisor Associations Award recipent for "Best in Show". This year Sean has began mastering the art of photography in his AP 2-D Design class.
Congratulations!toJada VaughnFor being chosen to be Sewanhaka High Schools Solo Artist of the Month.
Congratulations!toJustin Kanjirakattu grade 12, Mehgan Geyer grade 12, Kiana Cano grade 11, and Alina Adan grade 11, from Mrs. Filippone's Advanced Placement 2D-Design class had their remarkable artworks exhibited at the Go APE Art Show. Kiano Cano Recived an Honorable Mention for her artwork.Congratulations to all!!
Sewanhaka Central High School District Advanced Placement Art Student Shine At Advanced Visions 15: High School Artists of Excellence Exhibit at LIUPostLIUPost in Brookville, NY hosted its fifteenth annual Advanced Visions: High School Artists of Excellence exhibit from December 11, 2018 to January 9, 2019 at the B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library/S.A.L Gallery. “The works showcase the best creative minds synthesizing concept, materials, skill and form.” The exhibition featured artwork by 68 high school Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate students. This year, 34 public and private schools throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties submitted students’ artwork for display. Representing Sewanhaka High School’s AP Studio Art program were Sean Daduya and Sophia Villavicencio. The Sewanhaka High School Art Department is so proud of our student accomplishments!
Sophia Villavicencio and Sean Daduya
Know Your Classmates Day
Know your Classmates Day is a program designed to create and nurture healthy and open relationships between classmates and in turn creates inclusive communities online. On October 26, 2018, Sewanhaka High School participated in the nationwide "Know Your Classmates" Day, an initiative created by the Beyond Differences Foundation, sponsored by Jostens and Rodan + Fields.The Halls of SewanhakaThis year Mrs. Filippone created a mural showcasing the many teams, activities and memories that have occured in the halls at Sewanhaka. The wallpaper mural sits outside of the band room on the 1st floor. The goal is to have the mural continue to grow with new memories that future Sewanhak students will create in years to come.
Brooklyn Museum TripThis year Mr. Aragon and Mr. Lundergan took studenst to the Brooklyn Museum of Art to see competpoary artists. The purpose of the trip was to gain an understanding of how installation art is created. Students would take this information to develop and create a temposry installation for the school.
Fall DecorThe Sewanhaka Art students created displays to celebrate the fall season.
Spread Your Wings and Fly
This year the Sewanhaka High School Art Department is finding new and creative ways to bring students together while showcasing the importance of Art Education. In support of Art month, the staff had every Art student create a butterfly and posted them in the hallways of Sewanhaka. Along with the butterflies is the quote "until you spread your wings, you'll have no idea how far you can fly."