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WVHS art students participate in human rights exhibit at SUNY Orange

on November 23, 2016

A WVHS Portfolio class, taught by art teacher Mrs. Kristen Spano, will participate in “An Artist’s Response To Human Rights,” a county-wide literary and visual exhibit.

The exhibit will open on December 4 at 1 pm in Orange Hall Gallery at SUNY Orange in Middletown.

Using one of the thirty Articles of the Declaration of Human Rights, students were encouraged to create an artistic representation of their chosen article.

The event is presented by the Orange County Human Rights Commission, in collaboration with SUNY Orange Cultural Affairs and the Orange County Arts Council.

 

Human Rights painting by WVHS art student

Bailey Schmidlin

Human Rights painting by WVHS art student

Ikoni Chiabi

Human Rights painting by WVHS art student

Jillian Wagner

Human Rights painting by WVHS art student

Julia Brown

Human Rights painting by WVHS art student

Julia Seastrand

Human Rights painting by WVHS art student

Maxwell Vonderhorst

Human Rights painting by WVHS art student

Maya Henderson

Human Rights painting by WVHS art student

Natalie Hawkins

Human Rights painting by WVHS art student

Olivia Sicherman

Human Rights painting by WVHS art student

Sarah Thorson

 

 

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