Geraldine's hosts Faces of Hawthorne student art exhibit

For the third year in a row, Geraldine's Counter is hosting a monthlong Hawthorne Elementary student art exhibit.

The Faces of Hawthorne exhibit runs May 4 to 31 and features a mosaic of self-portraits by kindergartners and first graders, plus other works of art celebrating our school's rich cultural diversity, our students' creativity and our community's commitment to ensuring that the arts are a vital part of our children's education.

The self-portrait mosaic and other student masterpieces raised more than $1,200 at our Faces of Hawthorne Auction, enough so that all kindergartners and first-graders will get to take their self-portraits home after the Geraldine's exhibit.

Please consider making a tax-deductible donation during the Geraldine's exhibit to help us continue to provide the high-quality art instruction and materials that our children deserve.

You can make your gift at Geraldine's or on our website (just follow the instructions for making a one-time donation).

Thank you for your support!

Special thanks to Volunteer Artist-in-Residence Claudette Glubka and Hawthorne parent Rachael Caravalho for coordinating this third-annual exhibit; for Hawthorne Art Teacher Elaine Simons for contributing several pieces of student art; to Allen Glubka for framing the artwork; to Hawthorne parents Mike Caravalho and Graham Ayers for hanging it all up and Karen Rosenberg for copyediting the exhibit materials; to Jonita Bernstein of Blueline Design for donating her graphic design services; and to Geraldine's Counter for hosting once again.