Nanuet District Art Exhibition 2022 ‘Anything is Possible’ Theme

NANUET, NY – The 8th Annual Nanuet School District Art Department Expo will be held at the end of the month and the Palisades Center is hosting again.

This year’s theme is “Anything is possible”.

“Looking back over the past three school years, Anything Is Possible is the most perfect theme,” Superintendent Kevin R. McCahill said in an announcement about the upcoming exhibit. “Artistic and cultural celebrations are limitless and reflect the power of the human spirit. There is no better way to listen to the hearts and minds of our future generations than to discover how they express themselves through the art and cultural expressions.

The exhibition will feature 100 pieces of art by Nanuet students from kindergarten to grade 12. It is co-sponsored by Nanuet and beyond and the Greater Nanuet Chamber of Commerce.

“Nanuet & Beyond is a non-profit organization created to support and provide educational opportunities for our youth that enhance existing program experiences inside and outside the classroom,” said its president, George Mollo. “Promoting the advancement of art in our classrooms and community through programs like the Nanuet School District Arts and Culture Event has always been a goal. We thank Palisades Center and the companies that present the art this year. All donations received through this event will go to the community through donations and scholarships.”

Eighteen businesses in the Palisades Center will display the 100 works of art from March 18 to April 1: in their windows:

  • 5Wits
  • 7 eleven
  • AMC Theaters
  • Ardene
  • best buy
  • BRIDGES
  • color me mine
  • DIFFERENCE
  • Good game room
  • jelly world
  • Macy’s (3 boards)
  • Old Navy
  • Pepper Palace
  • Sephora
  • slimy world
  • Space Adventure Phosphorescent Mini Golf
  • Spin area
  • court house

Parents, students and the community are encouraged to create their own Anything is Possible art walk using the online map and list of stores you can find on the websites of Nanuet and beyondthe Palisade Centeror the room.

“The Greater Nanuet Chamber of Commerce is grateful to the businesses of the Palisades Center for hosting the Arts and Culture event this year,” said its president, Jerry Tuchband. “We encourage the community to view the artwork located throughout the Palisades Center and to donate what they can to Nanuet and Beyond for future programs and scholarships.”

A reception will be held from 6:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. April 1 in the courtyard is on level one.

After the live event, a virtual exhibit will be made available.

“The Nanuet Union Free School District is fortunate to have brilliant teachers who inspire our student-artists, as well as such deep connections in the Nanuet community,” said McCahill. “Thank you to our partners, Nanuet and Beyond and the Center des Palisades for amplifying the voices of our Knights! We are all so proud of our artists!”


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Reggie S. Williams