Local art hits one very big New York screen
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 23 Feb 2012, p. 5


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Kathy Routliffe
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Newspaper
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John Dolan of Wilmette, age 13, is one of only 500 art students nationwide to have their work featured at the Big Screen Plaza on the Avenue of the Americas in downtown Manhattan. His art will e part of a moving collage of student work shown March 1-4 during National Art Education Association annual convention in New York. Photograph of John Dolan's work "From Above". Comments by his father, Robert Dolan.
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Full-text article available at Wilmette Public Library
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23 Feb 2012
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English
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Local art hits one very big New York screen


John Dolan of Wilmette, age 13, is one of only 500 art students nationwide to have their work featured at the Big Screen Plaza on the Avenue of the Americas in downtown Manhattan. His art will e part of a moving collage of student work shown March 1-4 during National Art Education Association annual convention in New York. Photograph of John Dolan's work "From Above". Comments by his father, Robert Dolan.