91/11/2001: The Day That Changed America
Kennedy Center Hosts Student Art Exhibit

Start the ARTifacts slide show by clicking here.

In the aftermath of September 11, many students turned to their notebooks and their canvases to express their feelings. The following exhibition is a collection of artwork produced in the months after the terrorist attacks. Most of the work was created by students who go to school in Manhattan. To view a slide show of their work, click on the picture on the right.

ARTifacts is on display in New York City at:
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts,
The Gallery at 180 Maiden Lane

and also

Scholastic Corporate World Headquarters
557 Broadway, Main Lobby
through 9/27/02

ARTifacts will also be featured on the NBC special Concert for America on Wednesday, September 11, 2002 at 9:00 p.m. EST

The exhibition was organized by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, and published as a book called ARTifacts. The Alliance is a national network of arts, education, and community leaders who foster creative expression and artistic achievement in junior and senior high school students. The Alliance was established in 1994 as a non-profit organization to expand the network of support for aspiring young American artists and writers through the distinguished Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, which the Alliance administers. For more information log onto the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Web site.