A Collaborative Service Learning Project...

Art students from the Wilson Central School District in Wilson, New York, teamed up with local businesses and community organizations to create the Schooling Fish Public Art Installment in July 2011. Use the links on the left to find the locations of all eight fish, and learn more about the beautiful hamlet of Wilson, located on the shores of Lake Ontario. A link is also supplied to the Schooling Fish Facebook Page, which has photographs of the project from beginning to end.

Special Thanks To:

 -Hadley Exhibits, of Buffalo, New York 
(especially artist Pete Nowadly and account executive Kelly Meier)

- David Mombrea of Mombrea Productions 
(local Wilson businessman who created the historical plaques)

- Chris Smith of Smith’s Painting and Collision 
(local Wilson businessman who donated his painting services)

- Educational Study Council at WCS 
($500 grant)

- Kenan Center Arts Council 
($300 grant)

- Mrs. Karin Elia
(for her donation which made the Town and Village fish possible)

If you are interested in becoming a fish owner in 2012, please contact 

Brian Baker at [email protected] or 
Maureen Mahar at [email protected]
Cost for ownership is now $675.
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