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Image:  Third Place 2017

I & Myself 

Alex Ledbetter 

North Atlanta High School  

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Rachael Fleming, instructor 


2018/2019 AHSAE Sponsors

(List below amended as sponsors sign on for this year's event.)


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

Art Institute of Atlanta (Dunwoody);  award event and four week exhibit of AHSAE winners and hand-picked art
Atlanta Dogwood Festival:  People's Choice Award; winner awards; support for submitting teachers.

Atlanta Botanical Garden: 30 guest passes

Digital Arts Studio & Barry Glustoff: 30 posters

MOCA GA, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia: artist level membership

Abernathy Arts Center: three classes (Fulton County Arts & Culture)

TOCO Framing:  frame Best in Show 

Spruill Center for the Arts: one household membership, one class

History of the AHSAE

AHSAE is an exhibition evolved from the "High School Art Exhibit" in the early 1970's Atlanta Arts Festival (known by many locals as the Piedmont Park Arts Festival), a two week celebration in the center of town.  The high school exhibit went through a few transitions including "Visual Vibes."  In 1999 Cheryl Myrbo envisioned a broader scope for the growing exhibit, bringing in arts center and museum sponsors from all over the region during the next 18 years.  Today AHSAE award winners earn opportunities to enhance their training and hone new skills in numerous Georgia (and Nashville, Tennessee) arts centers and on college campuses.  Myrbo retired from the AHSAE in 2017.