Join us for the Oak Hills High School Studio Art AP Exhibition as a part of Future Now- Wash Park Art’s annual celebration of outstanding student works
May 8 – May 17
Oak Hills High School Visual Art Department Chair, Jamie Schorsch, and AP Studio Art instructor, Bridget Dignan-Cummins, will curate an exhibit of advanced high school students’ art works selected from their AP Portfolios.
The works are selected exemplify the extremely high level of rigor, commitment and accomplishment that AP Studio Art students can achieve.
This exhibition is organized annually to celebrate AP student works and to recognize AP student accomplishments throughout the academic year. The exhibition also serves to visually inform other students, teachers, parents and community members about the Studio Art AP program and the diverse subjects, styles, media, techniques and expressions that students may pursue.
Schorsch and Dignan-Cummins curated this exhibit with thanks and appreciation for their students’ hard work in the demanding AP program.
Join us on May 8th, 2015 for the opening reception from 5:00-9:00 pm! Visit washparkart.com for more information, hours, and directions.