• Installation View: 2016 Student Exhibition at the Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, New York, January 30–February 28, 2016. Photo: Daniel Gonzalez

2016 Student Exhibition

January 30–February 28, 2016

Each year, the Parrish Art Museum’s Student Exhibition provides an opportunity for local students to have their work on view in a professional venue. More than 1,000 young artists from private, public, parochial, and home schools participate. Participants in the Student Exhibition explore many traditional and non-traditional approaches to art-marking through their work with art teachers and art clubs in schools from Brookhaven to East Hampton and the North Fork.

The 2016 Student Exhibition also features student works made with Parrish artist-in-residence Alexis Rockman. During the fall 2015 exhibition Alexis Rockman: East End Field Drawings, the artist collaborated with over 400 students from Bridgehampton, Southampton, and Tuckahoe School Districts. Students experienced Rockman’s process, which involves extensive research and field study, and adapted this process to create their own field drawings inspired by the East End environment. See photos from the collaboration here.

Participating preschools, elementary, middle and K-12 schools include: Bridgehampton, The Children’s School, Child Development Center of the Hamptons, Cutchogue East Elementary, East Hampton Middle, East Quogue, Eastport South Manor, Greenport, Hampton Bays Middle, Hayground, John M. Marshall, Our Lady of the Hamptons Regional, Peconic Community School, Raynor Country Day, Riverhead Charter, Ross Lower, Sag Harbor Elementary, Southampton Elementary, Southampton Intermediate, Southampton Montessori, Tuckahoe Common, and Suffolk County Homeschoolers.

The participating junior and senior high schools are: Bellport, Bishop McGann-Mercy, Bridgehampton, Centereach, East Hampton, Eastern Long Island Academy of Applied Technology, Eastport South Manor, Greenport, Hampton Bays, Mattituck Junior/Senior, Miller Place, Pierson, Ross Upper, Southampton, Westhampton Beach, and William Floyd, as well as Southampton Youth Bureau.

The 2016 Student Exhibition and accompanying programs are supported, in part, by property taxpayers from the Southampton Union Free School District and the Tuckahoe Common School District. Additional support for the East End Field Drawings Artist-in-Residence project is provided by The Robert Lehman Foundation.
The Parrish Art Museum’s educational programming is supported, in part, by Fiona and Stanley Druckenmiller, George P. Mills, the DeWitt Wallace Fund for Youth at the Long Island Community Foundation, H. Peter Haveles, Jr., May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, The John J. McDonnell Margaret T. O’Brien Foundation, and property taxpayers from the Southampton School District and Tuckahoe Common School District. The Museum’s programs are made possible, in part, by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and the property taxpayers from the Southampton School District and the Tuckahoe Common School District.