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2019-03-13 / Academics

Senator Seward Takes In Student Art At The Capitol


Stamford Central School student Olivia Albanese shows Senator James L. Seward her artwork, on display at the 29th annual New York State Art Teachers Association Legislative Student Art Exhibition. Contributed Photo Stamford Central School student Olivia Albanese shows Senator James L. Seward her artwork, on display at the 29th annual New York State Art Teachers Association Legislative Student Art Exhibition. Contributed Photo State Senator James L. Seward welcomed student artists and their families to Albany on March 6 for the 29th annual New York State Art Teachers Association Legislative Student Art Exhibition.

“Our local students are remarkably talented and it is wonderful to see their artwork displayed with others from across the state,” said Seward said. “Even more inspiring is the opportunity to speak with the young artists first hand and learn about the hard work that went into each project.”

Senator Seward had the opportunity to meet with several students from his senate district, including Olivia Albanese (first grade) and Georgia Lynch (ninth grade) from Stamford Central School and art teacher Geraldine Link.


Senator James L. Seward with Stamford Central School student Georgia Lynch at the 29th annual New York State Art Teachers Association Legislative Student Art Exhibition. Contributed Photo Senator James L. Seward with Stamford Central School student Georgia Lynch at the 29th annual New York State Art Teachers Association Legislative Student Art Exhibition. Contributed Photo The exhibit, held during

Youth Art Month, is organized by the New York State Art Teachers Association to showcase the artistic achievements of students at the elementary through high school levels.

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