2017 AHSAE Sponsors

Thanks to the Atlanta Dogwood Festival for hosting us for over a decade.


Watkins College of Art (Nashville): $26,000 in tuition scholarships
Savannah College of Art and Design: SCAD  Two "Summer Seminars Atlanta" full tuition scholarships

Art Institute of Atlanta (Dunwoody);  award event and three week exhibit of AHSAE winners and hand-picked art 

OUMA, Oglethorpe University Museum of Art:  winner display
Binders Art Supplies & Frames: art supply funds, awards for winners, event
Dick Blick Art Materials: art supply funds, awards for winners, festival activity
Center for Puppetry Arts & Jeff Domke: school campus presentation (Best AHSAE Art Department)
TOCO Hill Picture Framing: Best of Show framing

Digital Arts Studio & Barry Glustoff: 30 posters, award scan and print
Speedpro Imaging & David Hightower: signage
Hudgens Center for Art & Learning: eight week class and memberships for all winners
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center: week of summer camp
Roswell Visual Art Center: class
Kaleidoscope Studios: 10 class/open studio passes
Abernathy Arts Center: class
Anis Bistro: gift certificate
Buckets of Color & Jessica Gordon: one-on-one workshop
MODA, Museum of Design Atlanta: three memberships
MOCA GA, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia: membership
Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery: memberships
High Museum of Art: one family membership
William C. Carlos Museum: tickets
ACAC, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center: memberships
Atlanta Botanical Garden: guest passes
Gwinnett Environmental Heritage Center: family membership


Image:  Best of Show 2017

Elephant 

Clara Bensimon 

Riverwood International Charter High School Junior 

pen and ink 

Dana Munson, instructor 

History of the AHSAE

AHSAE is an exhibition evolved from the "High School Art Exhibit" in the early 1970's Dogwood Festival, and went through a few transitions including "Visual Vibes."  In 1999 Cheryl Myrbo envisioned a broader scope for the exhibit, bringing in sponsors from all over the region during the next 18 years.  Today AHSAE award winners earn opportunities to enhance their training in numerous Georgia (and Nashville, Tennessee) arts centers and college campuses.  Myrbo retired from the AHSAE in 2017.