Manhasset sophomore Hang Mi’s artwork is featured in the Colors of Long Island: Student Art Exhibition at the Long Island Museum. (Photos by Manhasset Public Schools)

Manhasset Student Artists Featured In Local Exhibits

Students from Manhasset High School are sharing their artistic talents across Long Island through local art exhibitions. Two Manhasset juniors, Jocelyn Liu and Emma Theofilatos, had their artwork displayed in the Advanced Vision 19 Exhibition. This exhibition was held at the end of February at the S.A.L. Gallery in the B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library on the LIU Post campus in Brookville.
Three Manhasset juniors, Peiyu Carrina Shi, Sophie Tay and Lili Tobar, had their artwork displayed in the 17th Annual Go APE Advanced Placement Exhibit at the Art League of Long Island. This year, 38 high schools participated and 103 students were represented. The student-artists had their creations on view in the Art League’s Strolling Gallery from Feb. 24 to March 9. On the final day, Tobar received an Award of Excellence for her piece, “Pandora’s Box” and Shi received Honorable Mention for her piece, “Regressions.”
Freshman Julia DePietro and sophomore Hang Mi currently have their artwork featured in the Colors of Long Island: Student Art Exhibition at the Long Island Museum in Stony Brook. Their art will be on display from now until April 7.
Sophomore Zoe Eng and junior Jocelyn Liu had their art accepted into the 2024 Long Island’s Best: Young Artists at the Heckscher Museum of Art. This year, 456 works of art were submitted. Eng and Liu’s artwork is among 87 selected to be in the exhibition on view from March 23 to May 5.
The Manhasset Public Schools congratulates all of its student-artists for their outstanding achievements.

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