The 41st Annual Art Exhibition was a huge success! I received numerous compliments at the opening reception last week on the high quality of the student work. All art students ( approx. 400) hung at least one work of art in the lower library. It represents a diverse and robust group of artwork that includes drawings, paintings, digital work, photography, mixed media, sculpture, mixed media, fashion and 3D prints.
AP Students exhibited drawings, paintings and collages in the Cambridge Street Gallery.
We also had our Makerbot 3D printer on display and students exhibited their 3D creatures created in the 123D app.
Our raffle was a huge success! Thank you to all who purchased tickets and congratulations to Wayne Little who won the GoPro Camera. All of the proceeds go to the BHS Art Scholarship Fund and help our numerous art students who choose to pursue a career in the Visual Arts.
The Fashion show was delightful and impressive. Students modeled their own creations including skirts, dresses and outfits made from recycled materials.
Nice job art students- we are proud of you!
Christina Chang teaches art and design to students in grades 9-12.