Photos: Student art from all Riverhead schools displayed Friday

BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | Pulaski Street art teacher Bob Fallot (left).

Riverhead High School’s cafeteria, gymnasium, hallway to the gymnasium and all classrooms in the school’s art wing were filled with art Friday evening for the district’s annual celebration of art — aptly named “Art in Action.”

Paintings, drawings, collages, sculptures and masks by nearly all the 5,000 students in Riverhead Central School District were on display.

There were also activity tables set up with art projects for the children to create something to take home.

There are six art teachers at the high school, teaching classes in photography, studio art, computer graphics, ceramics and creative crafts. There is an art teacher in the middle school as well as every elementary school in the district, officials said.

BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | Steve Ahern sets up some artwork from Aquebogue Elementary School. His wife is art teacher Maureen Ahern of Wading River.
BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | Diane Haupt of South Jamesport with granddaughter Nicole Davis look at eight graders artwork on patriotism to commemorate 9/11.
BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | African masks made by 4th graders at Riley Avenue Elementary School.
BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | Kyle Thorp, 3, Sydney Thorp, 8, and Liam McIntosh, 9, of Baiting Hollow and Wading River look at the sculptures 'Bodies in Motion' made by Phillips Avenue 4th grade students of teacher Robert Shilling.