FutureNOW takes place over the span of two weeks committed to celebrating the artwork of students. UC-DAAP Architecture Professor Udo Greinacher and Oak Hills High School Art Department Coordinator Jamie Schorsch curate their students’ productions.
The Studio Art AP exhibition represents a selection of works from the Studio Art AP Portfolios created by the Oak Hills High School students enrolled in Studio Art AP 2D Design, 2D Design: Photography, 3D Design, and Drawing. The pieces displayed were selected from the Breadth and Concentration sections of the portfolio submissions and exemplify the extremely high level of rigor, commitment and accomplishment that AP Studio Art students can achieve. The exhibition is organized annually as part of a celebration of AP student work and recognition of student accomplishments throughout the academic year. The exhibition also serves to inform and expose students, teachers, parents and members of the community to the Studio Art AP program and the diverse subjects, styles, media, techniques and expressions that students choose to pursue.
Oak Hills High School Junior and Senior students, enrolled in Jamie Schorsch’s Studio Art AP Drawing and 2D Design classes, Steve Groh’s Studio Art AP 2D Design: Photography class, and Bridget Dignan-Cummins’ Studio Art AP 3D Design class, are represented in the exhibition.
Join us a the FutureNOW Exhibition opening reception on May 6th, from 5-8 pm.