First Place Winners of Imagine That's Anti-Bully Teamwork Contest:


Addie Overend, grade 9, Garden City Schools

Joey Hoffer, Grade 4, Manor Oaks School

Sanna Taylor, Grade 2, Hampton Street School

Pop Art Food Pillows

Outstanding art by Paula Dagen's daughters.

"My twins absolutely loved it!" -- Paula Dagen, Parent

Carrie's Painting

"The students and I love you! Where else can you create a Pollock inspired design and drip color on a cake?" -- Denise Klein, teacher, East Hampton High School

"Stunned and Startled" by Jessica Toner, age 8, published in Express Yourself!

A big thank you to Maura Burns who helped fasciliate the family drip painting workshops this summer.

Family works together to create drip painting

"It was a fabulous day! --Tamara Nemo




Celebrate African American history with art.

Mural inspires creative teamwork.

Incorporating school slogan and students' ideas, sketch for Lawrence MS mural designed Joyce Raimondo

Lawrence students brain storm ideas for their poster/murals using collage elements.


Inspired by Pollock and Krasner, students drip paint, -- then rip, cut, and collage shapes to express emotion and energy.




have a conversation about art with Joyce Raimondo

Welcome Maura Burns to Imagine That!

September 12, 2013

Tags: Program Coordinator, art employment

This summer, Maura Burns, joined Imagine That! as a an intern assisting with all aspects of our family drip painting workshops held at Jackson Pollock's House. I am delighted that Maura will continue as Imagine That's Program Coordinator. Maura brings a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm to Imagine That. She is currently working towards her MS in Library Science and holds a BA in Art History and Criticism from Stonybrook University. I am so happy that Imagine That! has expanded to give people opportunities for employment in the arts. My hope is that the field of art education will thrive and grow to provide people with professions in which they can express their creative passions. Together, let's keep art alive!