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2016-17 AP Studio Art Exhibit

About the Exhibit

This exhibit showcases outstanding artwork created by students who submitted portfolios for the AP Studio Art Exam in May 2016. Each work exemplifies the extremely high level of rigor, commitment, and accomplishment that AP Studio Art students can achieve. AP Studio Art students work with diverse ideas, materials, and processes to create art, and you'll see these on display here.

New this year: Student and teacher reflections on these works provide compelling insights into how artists make choices and approach art making. Learn how AP teachers guide and support students' thinking and creating.

You can see the exhibit in person at these locations:

  • August/September 2016: Brodsky Gallery of the Chauncey Conference Center, Princeton, New Jersey
  • October/November 2016: Gibbs High School, St. Petersburg, Florida
  • July 2017: AP Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.

Consider these questions as a resource for thinking about art making.

Student and Teacher Statements

Note: Student and teacher statements are quoted verbatim and have not been edited for grammar or punctuation.

Past AP Studio Art Exhibits

For images from past AP Studio Art Exhibits, check out the table below.

Past Exhibits





More Resources

For more images, information, and resources about AP Studio Art, check out the AP Studio Art Sample Portfolios Site.

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