Exhibitions - School Programs & Partnerships 2022 Exhibition

School Programs & Partnerships 2022 Exhibition

06.08.22 – 06.19.22

A floral collage made with magazine clippings, paint, and colorful paper cut in organic shapes.

Image: Detail of Public School 135Q collective artwork

Queens Museum presents artwork created by students from seven partner schools across our borough. These young artists have made paintings, drawings, digital works, and collaborative murals inspired by the museum’s permanent collection, including the Panorama of the City of New York and rotating exhibitions by Stephanie Dinkins, Suzanne Lacy, and Christine Sun Kim.


A special thank you to our schools participating in the Cultural After-School Adventures Program (CASA) and for the generous support of The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and council members:


  • Karen Koslowitz: Public School 99Q/The Kew Gardens School
  • Jimmy Van Bramer: Public School 11Q/Kathryn M. Phelan School
  • Jimmy Van Bramer: Intermediate School 125Q/Thomas J. McCann Woodside Intermediate School
  • Barry Grodenchik: Public School 135Q/The Bellaire School
  • Council District 22: Pre-K Center at Q397
  • Paul Vallone: BELL Academy


We are also grateful to include student artwork from our ongoing school partnership with Public School 14Q – The Fairview School.


The residencies were facilitated by Queens Museum Teaching Artists:


  • Laura Arike
  • Xavier Robles Armas
  • Kathie Halfin
  • Chemin Hsiao
  • Serafina Musumeci
  • Emma Wasielke


The exhibition was organized by the Queens Museum’s Exhibitions and Programs Department, with support from the Education Department.


About School Partnerships


The Queens Museum Education Department works with our partner schools to create customized residencies that integrate the Museum’s resources into programming that supports academic standards and the goals of each school community. Our extensively-trained and accomplished Teaching Artists and Museum Educators emphasize arts objectives and focus on art technique, art history, and exhibition design to complement classroom instruction and support Common Core academic objectives.