Thursday, March 17, 2016

When did it stop being fun?

Pamela Mayers-Schoenberg

Including children artist: Drawings= Hannah Ascher, Macabee Ascher, Jonah Danesh, Breyden Javaheri, Rhiana kassin, Chloe Nissanoff , William Quintero, Nathan Remeny, Yosha Reiss, Joey Schoenberg, Cameron Singer, Misha Nehorai Tome ,Sheridan Weiss, Sloan Weiss, Abbie Youssefzadeh; Selfies= Anja Clark , Sydney Garnett, Cailee Grayhorse-Pupecki, Kala Fejzo, Mila Fejzo , Nina Juarez, Jade Nakash, Dahlia Trilling, Aidan Schechter, Noah Schechter , Dora Schoenberg, Nathan Schoenberg, Desiree Shadi, Sam Zukin; Video= Dora Schoenberg

April 16 - June 11, 2016

This exhibition explores the emotions of children as they progress through their education. At the start of a child's formal education there is excitement, enthusiasm and a love of learning. The young student is eager to learn and is pleased to be in this new setting. But, as children age, things change. Kids become sleep deprived and lack adequate nutrition, trying to keep a balance. Many become extremely focused on academic scores and grades.

Opening reception, April 16th, 6 - 8pm