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SUN Tech Advertising Art & Design Students Support Art Education through the Sunbury YMCA Art Center


The students and instructor are shown in their dress down day t-shirt designed by Jarrett Dreese.

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SUN Tech Advertising Art & Design Students Support Art Education Through The YMCA Arts Center

Torrey Smith (far left), 2008 graduate of the SUN Tech Art program visited the school to accept a donation for the Sunbury YMCA Art Center. Students in the Advertising Art & Design program donated $268 as a result of money collected through Dress Down Days. Every first and third Friday, students paid $2 and were permitted to wear the dress down day t-shirt with jeans instead of their typical uniform. The t-shirt design was an in-class competition using Adobe Illustrator and won by student Victoria Clark (Lewisburg School District, shown holding the right side of the banner). Instructor, Kim McBride (2nd from left) shows the dress down day shirt.  

 

 

Advertising Art & Design Students Support Art Education at YMCA Arts Center

Ad Art Class of 2014 Presents Check to the YMCA Arts Center

Ad Art Class of 2014 Presents Check to the YMCA Arts Center

Students in the Advertising Art & Design program at SUN Area Technical Institute donated $152.25 to the Sunbury YMCA Arts Center as a result of money collected through Dress Down Days. Every first and third Friday, students paid $2 and were permitted to wear the dress down day t-shirt with jeans instead of their typical uniform. The dress down day t-shirt design was an in-class competition created in Adobe Illustrator and won by student Jacob Schell (Midd-West School District). Jacob screen printed the four color t-shirt design with the help of other art students. Torrey Smith (far left), 2008 graduate of the SUN Tech Art program, and Mary Jo Tavares, director of the Arts Center, visited the school to accept the donation.

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SUN Tech High School Seniors Help Continue the Tradition of Art Education

2014 Ad Art class in their Dress Down Day T-Shirts

2014 Ad Art class in their Dress Down Day T-Shirts

The SUN Tech Advertising Art & Design students wore their dress down day t-shirts in support of the Sunbury YMCA Art Center. Jacob Schell, bottom left, created the winning design using Adobe Illustrator and screen printed the shirts with the help of several classmates. The first and third Friday of each month, students can pay $2 to wear the t-shirt with jeans instead of the required uniform that they normally wear. Mary Jo Tavares, director of the Art Center uses the money, which we donate at the end of the school year, to pay for art classes for children who show an interest and talent in art but may not have the money to pay for classes.

You can see the t-shirt design on our Facebook page.