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Teacher Assistance Grants awarded to 5 local art programs.
Clayton Visual Arts distributed grants to five Clayton area Visual Art teachers on Thursday, January 9th, 2020, during the reception for the Student Art Exhibition at the Clayton Center.
The Dorothy Demboski Teacher Assistance Grants are funded by CVA’s annual Christmas in Clayton Art & Home Tour.
Many thanks to Deborah Phillips Coates for chairing the grant committee and making sure all local art teachers are aware of this funding.
Clay Day: Karin Chmelo, East Clayton Elementary School
Serving 704 students in K-5th grades
Quilted Mural: Danielle Gruber, Swift Creek Middle School
Serving 190 students in grades 6-8th
Tick-Tock, Time to Dance: Tom Schappert, Riverwood Middle School
serving 70 eighth grade students (sculpture project)
5th Grade Legacy Project: Sharon Durr-Anayiotos, River Dell Elementary
Serving 210 5th graders (using copper plates)
Monoprinting With Gel Plates: Anita Locklear, Cleveland High School
Serving 250 students in grades 9-12
Left to right with certificates: Danielle Gruber, Swift Creek Middle; Sharon Durr-Anatiotos, River Dell Elementary; Karin Chmelo, East Clayton Elementary; Anita Locklear, Cleveland High; not pictured-Tom Schappert, Riverwood Middle. Back row- Deborah Phillips Coates, CVA Chairperson for the Dorothy Demboski Art Teacher Assistance Grant