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“Go APE” Advanced Placement Student Exhibition

“Go APE” Advanced Placement Student Exhibition Opens at Art League of Long Island January 14

The Art League of Long Island’s fifth annual “Go APE” Advanced Placement Exhibition will be on view in the League’s Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery January 14 – February 5. More than 120 Advanced Placement Art Students from 31 Long Island high schools exhibit their budding talents in a wide spectrum of visual arts such as Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Mixed Media, Sculpture, Photography, and Computer Graphics in a professional gallery setting.

“APE Awards” will be given out at the opening reception and will recognize outstanding work created in each of the following categories: Drawing Portfolio, 2D Design Portfolio, and 3D Design Portfolio. The opening reception is on Sunday January 15, 3 – 5pm.

The exhibit can be viewed in the Art League’s Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery Monday through Friday 9am – 4pm, and on Saturday and Sunday 11am -4pm. The gallery is located at 107 East Deer Park Road in Dix Hills, NY. For more information call (631) 462-5400 or visit www.artleagueli.org.


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