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New Rochelle, NY Students Pursue Extraordinary Opportunities in the Arts

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Molding little artists

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Students up to their elbows at Day in Clay

Most elementary students get the chance to make twodimensional artwork in the classroom. But they often have to wait until later in their academic careers to create with all three dimensions. In contrast, Cos Cob School fifth-graders can already say

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Parents and students participate in clay workshop at Holmes Elementary School

As part of the Holmes Elementary School Artist-in-Residence program, students, in grades 2-6, have had the opportunity to observe the actual work of a professional artist, sculptor, and potter – Mr. Cliff Mendelson. Thanks to the sponsorship of the PTA

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Cliff Mendelson Presents “A Day In Clay”

Cliff Mendelson instructs the students about pottery in Mrs. McMahon’s art class During the first week in November, ceramic artist, Cliff Mendelson, presented his unique, fact-filled workshop “A Day in Clay” to the Garden City High School art classes. He

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Students delight in dirty hands

The gray clay made for an unusual sensation in Claire Fox’s hands. “It feels soft and it feels really squishy,” the 8-year-old said. But Claire enjoyed molding and shaping the sticky, clumping stuff into something she will be able to

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Multicultural Night 2006

Where else could one enjoy flan, a cannoli, lime pie, caramel cookies and vermicelli pudding all in the same place, other than possibly a New York City bakery? If you attended the Harrison Central School District’s Multicultural Family Night on

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Art for Charity

Fourth-grader Max Diamond, 9, seems pleased with his handmade clay bowl at Stratford Road Elementary School yesterday. His original work of art — and that of his peers — will benefit the Empty Bowls Project, a hunger relieve organization. The

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