This is the 2nd SOS ART Youth art exhibit organized by SOS ART devoted entirely to the artistic voice of our children and youth for Peace and Justice. In past SOS ART editions their voice was part of the larger SOS ART exhibits catered primarily for adult artists. It was felt that it would be good and advantageous to provide them their own space and venue for expression and thus facilitate their interactions, collaboration and growth.
Children and youth from ten schools and one after school program took part. They contributed close to 200 artworks accompanied by powerful statements and messages, all here included. We hope this exhibit will grow bigger in future years, that it will gain larger participation, and become an annual awaited event encouraging our children and youth to use their voice for Peace and Justice.
Many thanks to all the participating students, to their respective art teachers, and especially to Jamie Schorsch who coordinated the exhibit and event and was instrumental in providing the facility of Oak Hills High School for its location.
HOW TO VIEW THE SHOW: There are thumbnails of all the artworks included in the show. Clicking on the thumbnail opens a page which has the image of the respective art piece. Click the i information icon at the bottom and right of the image page to reveal all its accompanying pertinent information (title, medium, dimensions, accompanying artist statement, and artist succinct biography); the information will then appear for all following images. At the bottom of the page is a a tab that allows, by clicking on it, to view a full size of the image; also an icon for comments in case the viewer wishes to share thoughts, impressions, reflections, etc.
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Please feel free to share this page with family, friends and any other relevant venues. The voice of our youth artists is important and needs to reach far and loud. Thank you for spending time with the artwork, letting it grow in you and adding to it your self and your own perspective.
With gratitude,
Saad Ghosn,
President, SOS ART