Fourth Place AHSAE 2023 and First Place Judy Greenberg Memorial Award
"Window Shopping on Ponce" (cropped image)
Peachtree Ridge High School Senior
Hope Steele, instructor
Our AHSAE sponsors this spring are listed below, as they commit. THANK YOU ALL!
THANK YOU BINDERS! Howard Krinsky at Binders just donated $500 for a BEST SCHOOL AWARD! BINDERS ART SUPPLIES AND FRAMES
THANK YOU BARRY GLUSTOFF OF DIGITAL ARTS STUDIO WHO IS DONATING AN EXHIBITION POSTER TO EVERY 2023 WINNER!
THANK YOU ATLANTA BOTANICAL GARDEN FOR DONATING TWO TICKETS FOR EVERY WINNER THIS YEAR!
THANK YOU GEOFF SCOTT AT TOCO FRAMING FOR DONATING THE FRAMING FOR OUR HIGHEST RATED 2D WORK AGAIN THIS YEAR!
THANK YOU ART INSTITUTE OF ATLANTA DUNWOODY FOR HOSTING THE 2023 AHSAE MINI SHOW IN THEIR FIRST FLOOR GALLERY!
BELOW IS THE LIST OF SPONSORS AND HOW THEY HAVE HELPED OUR HIGH SCHOOL ARTISTS IN PREVIOUS YEARS.
2019/2020 AHSAE Sponsors: all donations went directly to AHSAE artists and teachers
Savannah College of Art and Design: SCAD "Summer Seminars Atlanta" full tuition scholarship with room and board
Binders Art Supplies and Frames: AHSAE 2020 tshirt, NEW Satellite Show with event in Binder's Limelight Gallery, Splatter Room Experience for Best School.
Atlanta Botanical Garden: 30 guest passes
High Museum of Art: 20 entry tickets
Davens Ceramics Center: clay for Art Throwdown
Johns Creek Arts Center: one teen class
Hudgens Center for Art and Learning: art supplies for Best School, one class
Blick Art: bag of art supplies for every winner
Digital Arts Studio: 30 posters, digital scan print of top award winning 2-D work
Abernathy Arts Center: one class
Callenwolde Fine Arts Center: one Teen Summer Camp or adult class
Spruill Center for the Arts: two classes
Roswell Visual Art Center: one class
The High Museum: tickets
The Michael C. Carlos Museum: tickets
Georgia Watercolor Society: awards for first, second, third, and two honorable mentions watercolors
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. Becky Raffalovich has served as Director since 2018