Angela Kinsey and Ellie Kemper of The Office are joining the fight to keep art education in schools.

In support of DoSomething.org, HP and AMD’s “Make Art. Save Art” campaign, Angela and Ellie contributed their own artwork, stressing the importance of art for young people. The “Make Art. Save Art.” initiative encourages teens to showcase their artistic talents and passion for art education. Angela’s art piece was created by her 2 year old daughter, Isabel. Ellie created a more 3-D representation of what art means to her, donating a scarf she personally knitted for the campaign.

Angela Kinsey's artwork for Make Art Save Art campaign
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Ellie Kemper's artwork for Make Art Save Art campaign
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To see their designs and learn more about the campaign, visit MakeArtSaveArt.org. The top five most shared designs will win an HP dv6z Pavilion notebook with VISION technology from AMD. The Grand Prize winner will be selected in October from the most shared designs by a panel of expert and celebrity judges, including Community’s Yvette Nicole Brown, to receive a $5000 grant for his or her school art program and 5 HP dV6z Pavilion notebooks for the art room.

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