Andrew Hornberger: Revealed
On View: January 19, 2024 – March 3, 2024.
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Featured image by Andrew Hornberger.
Andrew Hornberger is a working artist. He has been part of the Park Slope community as the visual art teacher at MS 51 for the past 24 years. His career includes recognition as the top winner of the Scholastic Art Awards in New York State; his students have won three National Gold Medals and two National Silver Medals. He has had numerous students selected for PS Art, The Brooklyn Arts Festival and ArtsConnection. Andrew has also worked with NYU and The Metropolitan Opera Guild as the Center for Arts Education Grant Manager. He is responsible for the creation and installation of the student artwork banners on the façade of MS 51 and has worked with the Park Slope Fifth Avenue Business Improvement District to create lamp post banners.
Andrew is a founding member and former president of the Long Beach New York Arts Council. He has participated in exhibits in New York, Chicago and Philadelphia. He received a Dean’s Grant from Nippon Steel, graduate grants from SAIC, a critics recommendation to the Vermont Studio School and the Yale Norfolk School of Art, and has served as an adjunct professor and a panel critic. Andrew has a BFA from Tyler School of Art. He studied at The Glasgow School of Art and earned his MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
The Old Stone House: Witness to War
An Exhibit Exploring Conflict from Kieft’s War through the Battle of Brooklyn and the Occupation, 1643-1783
Old Stone House: Witness to War is a self-directed exhibit that takes visitors on a journey from the Lenape village of Marechkawick through Dutch colonization and the Revolutionary War era in Brooklyn. Ten themed areas allow visitors to explore this history and consider how war and displacement impacted the community, what choices people had to make at the time, battle strategies, and what makes these issues relevant in today’s world.
Ellen Snyder Grenier
Exhibit Designers & Fabricators
May & Watkins