Senior High School Exhibition

April 24–May 1, 1988
Beaver College Art Gallery

 

The Beaver College Art Gallery is hosting its annual high school student exhibition on Sunday, April 24 through Sunday, May 1, 1988 at the Spruance Art Center, on the campus at Easton and Church Roads. The exhibition is open to the public and admission is free.

The particpants of the show include students from three local high schools: Central Bucks West Senior High School; Council Rock Senior High School; and Pennridge Senior High School.

"This is our third annual high school student exhibition, but this year, for the first time, we are including work of art teachers along with their students as an attempt highlight the work of outstanding students, teachers, and departments," said Gallery Director Zina Goldsmith. "The show also is an opportunity for high school students to exhibit in a professional gallery setting. The students' families and teachers take great pride in seeing the students' work on display."

For the show, approximately 10 to 12 works by students, in grades 9-12, will be selected by each school. All media is acceptable including three-dimensional pieces. Teachers can submit up to tow pieces of their work.

A reception in the art gallery will be held on April 24, 1988. At this time, prizes will be awarded by the Beaver College Department of Fine Arts and the Beaver Collge Art Store to three students.

Previous shows have included such schools as Central, Plymouth Meeting, Abington, Germantown Academy, Abington Friends, and Merion among others.