DYCKMAN FARMHOUSE Right Here and Then  July 2015
Right Here and Then is an exhibition of 12 plaster sculptures created by students from grades 5-8 from local public schools.  Students explored the relationship between object and self in studying historical items from the museum and connected this concept to their own belongings through observational drawing.  In their final pieces, they worked to transform themselves into 3-d objects installed on the grounds of the museum.

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DARLING COFFEE Monstermorphosis  June 2015
Monstermorphosis is yet another stunning example of the variety of work produced by artists ranging in age from 18 months-11 years old.  Pieces included painted triptychs, an installation of spray paintings by our early childhood artists, found object mobiles, illustrations of creatures (made from transformed observational drawings of objects), photographs of monsters made of food and finally, animations!

THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND LETTERS About Time: Moments & Milestones  DECEMBER 2014
Another amazing installation of over 200 pieces of artwork at the American Academy.  This  time our teachings artists exhibited and auctioned off their pieces as well.  Students were astounded as the expansive space flooded with attendees from all across the city (including the president of the Academy and renowned architect, Henry Cobb).

IN COLLABORATION WITH NYC PARKS DEPARTMENT The Inwood Sculpture Crawl JUNE 2014
Designed by our amazing teachers and created by our students: we installed 10 large-scale public sculptures in the NYC parks in Upper Manhattan and then celebrated the opening with a exhibition of photographs of their process at Darling Coffee.   FREE MAPS OF THE CRAWL AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD HERE.

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THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND LETTERS Engage: An Intergenerational Art Exbibit NOVEMBER 2013
What an evening!  Attendees were rightfully astounded at the quality of artwork produced for this exhibition.  All works were large-scale collaborative pieces exploring various materials including paint, ink, string, cardboard and more.  Scribblers led a live auction and sold ALL pieces to benefit our scholarship fund.

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BROADWAY, NYC Broadway Collaborative Cityscape JANUARY 2013
What do children think of our neighborhood? Here’s a glimpse of how they perceive the streets we walk on every day.  These collaborative cityscapes are a product of the hard work and dedication of our artists, ranging in ages from 5-11. Scribblers were commissioned by Jeffrey M. Brown and Kim Frank, the developers of the site, to beautify the construction site as this revolutionary pre-fabricated structure (the Broadway Stack) is installed.

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AT APT. 78 Methods: Process as Product JUNE 2013
This exhibit featured the work of all of our ages and locations and sought to display our artistic process as well as our products.  Projects included rice paintings, mono-prints, large-scale sculptures, jewelry and hand-dyed and printed tote bags.

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AT THE INWOOD CENTER The Arterie DECEMBER 2012
All scribblers from all locations were featured at this exhibit, which included photography, paintings, collage and another cave painting.  We also screened a stop motion animation by our puppet-making class.

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AT DARLING COFFEE Photography Exhibit & Cave Painting Project OCTOBER 2012
Our photography class exhibited their amazing photographs at this opening and all our students from the Bread and Yoga studio collaborated on a cave wall that was eventually purchased by Darling Coffee (these funds sponsored a free sculpture class in the Spring!).

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AT APT. 78 The Early Years JUNE 2012
Last June, Scribble hosted an exhibition featuring the work of kids between the ages of 18 months and 10 years old.  Work included abstract paintings, drawings of characters, hanging sculptures, and more!  Here's a snapshot of this amazing community event. 

The Early Years: Emerging Artists and Experienced Scribblers

 

 

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