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NYS Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Art & Essay Online Exhibition

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Exhibition Each year, the New York State Education Department (NYSED) and Office of General Services (OGS) honors Dr. King's memory by inviting schools to submit student art and essays that reflect Dr. King's teaching. Dr. King’s commitment to nonviolent advocacy served as the inspiration for 3,920 students from more than 100 public and private schools across the state to submit their creations. A selection of student artwork and essays will also be exhibited by OGS on the Empire State Plaza in Albany starting January 11 and throughout Black History Month in February.

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New York State Museum
  • 222 Madison Ave.
  • Albany, NY 12230