‘Go Ape’ for Outstanding Artwork

Elwood-John H. Glenn High School art students Nina Koscica, Katherine McVetty, Olivia Prohaske and Emily Spooner were among a select group of 128 Advanced Placement high school students to have their artwork displayed at the eighth annual Art League of Long Island’s “Go Ape” Art Exhibit at the Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery in Dix Hills.

The Art League of Long Island’s “Go Ape” Art Exhibit celebrates the exceptional artwork, as selected by their teachers, of Advanced Placement high school art students in Nassau and Suffolk counties. Students from 36 high schools had the opportunity to showcase their artwork, appearing in the form of paintings, drawings, sculptures, mixed media, digital art, computer graphics, photography and printmaking. Elwood’s Koscica was among a group of 10 student-artists who received an Award of Excellence, recognized for her untitled acrylic art piece.

The district congratulates these talented students for representing their school at the art exhibit.