Thank you to the Atlanta Dogwood Festival for displaying the work of 1000's of talented artists since 1970.
Friday 12:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Sunday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
AHSAE and Artist market close at 7 pm on Friday & Saturday.
The opening of the month-long AHSAE mini show was a huge success drawing a large crowd of displaying artists, parents and family, teachers and several festival board members. Pictured here are AHSAE Director Becky Raffalovich, the artists, teachers and board. This show can be viewed through April 5 in the Janet S. Day Gallery, lobby floor of the Art Institute of Atlanta, Dunwoody campus.
Check our Call for Art page in January. Don't miss the submission deadline 2/20/2020!
Visit the Piedmont Park Conservancy Community Center, just inside the 12th Street entrance to the park--during the Dogwood Festival festival--to see some of the finest high school art from over 74 Atlanta-area (and surrounding counties) high schools!
Bring your family and, especially, high school students. You'll be amazed at what these teenagers can do.
The lively interscholastic art-making competition is scheduled for Saturday, April 18; rain date is Sunday, April 19. (times and challenges TBA)
For general information, and to sign up your school to participate, email throwdown coordinator John Brandhorst from Grady HS: firstname.lastname@example.org
A special thank you to our host and sponsor -- the Atlanta Dogwood Festival -- for giving us a home and supporting Georgia's high school artists and art teachers since 2004.
Thank you to all of our AHSAE sponsors who have donated unique opportunities for our award winners for almost 20 years.
A detailed list of this year's AHSAE sponsors, and a link to their website, is on the sponsor page linked below.
When Jeff Mather brought the idea to Grady High School's John Brandhorst, senior Perrin Turner (2009) spread the word to his peers and Brandhorst got the ball rolling. The Art Throwdown brings students from high schools across Atlanta to engage in a different kind of art competition. The next Throwdown happens outdoors, in front of the AHSAE on April 13.
"The idea is to bring high school artists together and really provide a live experience with visual art where friends, family, and the larger community can get a closer look at the creative process. Participating high school artists also get hands-on experience geared towards the next level of artistic expression and learning, whether that means attending college or working in a professional environment." --Perrin Turner (2009)
Email John Brandhorst, Throwdown coordinator, to get your school's name on the list: