Student artists debut artwork in NY's Big Screen Plaza

July 29, 2019 at 12:37 p.m.
Student artists debut artwork in NY's Big Screen Plaza
Student artists debut artwork in NY's Big Screen Plaza


Three students from St. Aloysius School, Jackson, have been selected to have their artwork displayed on the Big Screen in New York’s Time Square. 

Polina Sugar, Alex Correia and Victoria Hayes were selected by Artsonia, the world’s largest online student art gallery promoting art, culture and entertainment.  

Artsonia and Big Screen Plaza have collaborated for the 2nd year in a row to bring this slideshow to the public on a 30’ x 16’ screen in NYC. Each slide will feature the student’s artwork as well as the artist’s personal statement on the piece.

 St. Aloysius School art teacher Toni McEwan commented on the excitement, saying, “I am so thrilled to have three of my student’s artwork on the big screen in the Big Screen Project!  Thank you for putting so much time into preparing the fabulous slideshow and for allowing my students to participate in this extraordinary opportunity to showcase their artwork!”  

 Artsonia was established in 2000 as an online kid’s art museum providing free, educational resources for children, families and schools to create art projects. Since its inception, Artsonia continues to integrate technology in the classroom, develop multi-cultural understanding through art and increase family involvement in children’s education.  Art work from all students at St. Aloysius School is available for viewing by visiting www.artsonia.com.  

 For  a complete listings of show times, please visit www.bigscreenplaza.com/schedule and search for “Artsonia”.

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Three students from St. Aloysius School, Jackson, have been selected to have their artwork displayed on the Big Screen in New York’s Time Square. 

Polina Sugar, Alex Correia and Victoria Hayes were selected by Artsonia, the world’s largest online student art gallery promoting art, culture and entertainment.  

Artsonia and Big Screen Plaza have collaborated for the 2nd year in a row to bring this slideshow to the public on a 30’ x 16’ screen in NYC. Each slide will feature the student’s artwork as well as the artist’s personal statement on the piece.

 St. Aloysius School art teacher Toni McEwan commented on the excitement, saying, “I am so thrilled to have three of my student’s artwork on the big screen in the Big Screen Project!  Thank you for putting so much time into preparing the fabulous slideshow and for allowing my students to participate in this extraordinary opportunity to showcase their artwork!”  

 Artsonia was established in 2000 as an online kid’s art museum providing free, educational resources for children, families and schools to create art projects. Since its inception, Artsonia continues to integrate technology in the classroom, develop multi-cultural understanding through art and increase family involvement in children’s education.  Art work from all students at St. Aloysius School is available for viewing by visiting www.artsonia.com.  

 For  a complete listings of show times, please visit www.bigscreenplaza.com/schedule and search for “Artsonia”.

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