Erina Yoh, a 2015 graduate, recently had a piece from her AP art portfolio selected for inclusion in the 2015-16 AP Studio Art Exhibit. Erina created the selected piece (below) as part of the 2014-15 AP Studio Art course. She took the course with 36 other students in three sections.
The AP Studio Art Exhibit is a yearly representation of the finest student artwork submitted for their AP Exam. The exhibit, which premiered in July at the AP Annual Conference in Austin, Texas, displays approximately 30 chosen pieces of artwork from close to 50,000 submitted portfolios. These pieces, considered the “best of the best,” are scored by a group of high school and college art educators with extensive experience in the AP Studio Art program. Selected works exemplify the high level of rigor, commitment and accomplishment that AP Studio Art students can achieve.
Erina’s work will be part of the exhibition travelling to different locations around the United States throughout the year.
If you would like to learn more about the AP Studio Art Exhibit, you can visit the College Board website.