Displaying student creativity through art

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Ashley Hutchinson '19, Copy Editor

John Glenn’s art department was part of the second annual art show hosted by the Wayne Historical Museum beginning on Apr. 17 and ending on May 30.

Any student enrolled in an art class, regardless of the specific subject (ceramics, art I, II, III, etc), could have contributed to this event.The exhibit includes drawings, paintings, ceramics, jewelry, and so many more creative displays that were self-selected by the teachers of the artists.

“It’s really just trying hard on each project because it’s a good enough project, we’re going to select it to put it into the show,” art teacher and Fine Arts Department Chair Ms. Cole said.

Other high schools were included in this event, such as Wayne Memorial and Tinkham Education Center.

The museum also awarded some students with gift cards.

The exhibit is still available to the public at no cost so come out to see your fellow students’ artwork! Remaining available days to visit are Wednesdays and Thursdays leading up to May 30 from 10 am to 6 pm.