The Art Institute of Washington – Northern Virginia Shines a Light on Community’s High School Teachers with Gallery Show
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(DULLES, VA – February, 2012)— The Art Institute of Washington – Northern Virginia, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta, joins The Art Institutes schools across the nation in paying tribute to talented high school arts and media educators in an April gallery show: What Those Who Teach Can Do.
“We’re celebrating what these educators do in our community by hosting their work in our gallery” said Gregg Crowe, campus director of The Art Institute of Washington – Northern Virginia. “Teachers work endlessly to cultivate skills and talents in our area’s high school students, and now we want to shine a light on the talent they use everyday to inspire.”
More than 45 Art Institutes locations in the United States will host What Those Who Teach Can Do. This will mark The Art Institutes’ first nationwide gallery highlighting the artistic work of local high school educators. “The truth is that teachers do so much, more than we can ever see,” said Crowe.
The Art Institute of Washington – Northern Virginia invites the public and family, friends and students of the artists to attend the reception on April 19, 2012 at no charge. For more information, contact Gregg Crowe, 571.449.4420 or by email at email@example.com. If you’re a high school arts and/or media teacher, and are interested in submitting your artwork, please contact Gregg Crowe at 571.449.4420 or visit http://aieducators.com/.
The Art Institute of Washington – Northern Virginia is a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta and one of The Art Institutes (www.artinstitutes.edu), a system of more than 45 educational institutions located throughout North America. The Art Institutes schools provide an important source for design, media arts, fashion and culinary arts professionals. Several institutions included in The Art Institutes system are campuses of South University. See aiprograms.info for program duration, tuition, fees, and other costs, median debt, federal salary data, alumni success, and other important info.