SF To Hold Student Art Exhibit
On Sunday May 22, 2011, there will be a student art exhibit at Southern Fulton High School. The student exhibit will showcase work from the seventh- through 12th-grade students and will be open to the public from noon to 3 p.m. The exhibit will be held in the main lobby and cafeteria areas and will include work from the general art classes as well as the 2-dimensional studio art class, the photography class and the 3-dimensional art class.
A series of painted chairs, which were highly praised at the Hancock Council for the Arts art show in March, will also be showcased. Work in all medias will be exhibited. Watercolor pieces in the style of Andy Warhol, black and white portrait photography of student model Jenna Hollenshead will be available for viewing, as well as examples of pointalism, monochromatic acrylic pieces, silhouette designs and creative photographic collages to name just a few of the projects that the public will be able to see.
In addition to the free artwork exhibit, members of the SFHS Student Creativity Council will be on hand to do some hands-on activities with young children, such as face painting, windsock design, and they will have free handouts to promote a Teens Against Tobacco Usage program. Parking is available in the front of the high school as well as the back, and the public can enter the building via the front doors or the cafeteria doors. A bake sale will be held, so feel free to stop by on your way home from church and pick up a bite to eat while you walk through the exhibit.
Southern Fulton High School is located on 522 south, turn left at the intersection of 522 and Buck Valley Road (just past the Route 70 overpass in Warfordsburg), continue up over the hill, and the high school is on the left. Doors open at noon and the event is free.