SCARSDALE, N.Y. -- Scarsdale Adult School's annual art show runs through Sunday at the Scott Room at the Scarsdale Public Library.
The show was first conceived in 2013 as the school began a full year of themed events in honor its 75th anniversary. Two years later, the decision was made that a special occasion was not necessary to entice people to share their artwork and celebrate community-style.
The show includes drawings, paintings, and photograph.
The Adult School's spring catalog provides plenty of arts and crafts and photography courses for people to find their creative outlet.
The instructors who submitted works for the show, Quincy Egginton, Hope Friedland, Bonnie Greene, Miriam Schulman, and Naomi Shriber, will be offering more drawing and painting classes starting in March.
Katie Goldberg also returns for mixed media techniques for the novice and Sheila Fane is back for collage and stained glass classes. Wesley Bernard will show students how to shoot video with a digital camera and Martin Merchant will demonstrate using Adobe Photoshop and making photo books online.
Donald Gambino, the school's iWorld guru, joins the photography staff this term to teach students how to take the best pictures using an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
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