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Student Artwork Spotlighted at Barbara Nelson PreK-12 Exhibit
The exhibit was officially unveiled this week at a reception in the Performing Arts Center, where the works are on display.
St. Margaret’s talented visual arts students from every division are being showcased this spring as part of the Barbara Nelson PreK-12 Exhibit, which is on display in the Performing Arts Center.
Teachers from each division in ceramics and 3D design, studio art in 2D design, photography and film have selected more than 170 works of art for the exhibit. They were selected based on execution, concept, composition, decision-making, experimentation and orginiality.
The exhibit was officially unveiled this week at a reception in the Cloobeck Family Atrium, where the works are on display. Students of all ages attended the reception, showed their work to family and friends and listened to remarks by visual arts department chair Jesse Standlea.
The exhibit is named in honor of Barbara Nelson, who taught visual arts at St. Margaret’s for 31 years until her retirement in 2016.
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