Event Date

November 2 - December 13, 2018


Art at BRIT

Program Information

Free to the public.

Point of Contact

Erin Starr White

Community Education Manager

Green OaksGreen Oaks Education and Support, Inc, which is comprised of Green Oaks School and Green Oaks Adult Learning specializes in 'preparing individuals for fully included lives'. Green Oaks serves students with intellectual disabilities ages five through adult through classes in math, reading, writing and basic social studies taught at the student's level of interest and ability. Classes in fine arts, computer skills and physical education are also offered. Green Oaks Adult Learning (GOAL) offers individuals who have completed their secondary educational plan a year round program that provides opportunities for continued growth and development. Classes in photography and art are offered through the GOAL program.

Artwork from both the students of Green Oaks School and participants in the Green Oaks Adult Learning program are featured in this joyful exhibit. Join us from November 2 through December 13 in the Madeline R. Samples Exhibit Hall at BRIT and experience the world through the eyes of emerging artists.  

For more information about Green Oaks Education and Support and their programs please visit their website: www.greenoaksinc.org

About Art at BRIT

Art at BRIT offers two distinctive art viewing spaces: the elegant Madeline R. Samples Exhibit Hall and the smaller, more intimate Upper Atrium Collections Gallery. The Samples Exhibit Hall showcases botanical art and artwork dealing with topics such as ecology, plants, sustainability, conservation, and the natural world – we highlight work by local and national artists, both well-known and emerging. The Upper Atrium Collections Gallery features a rotation of botanical and nature-based prints from our Library collection, including The Arader Natural History Collection of Art. We honor and celebrate the traditional roots of botanical art, while also expanding and redefining the field for the 21st century.