The Northville High School IB Art Exhibition is a culmination of the annual International Baccalaureate Art program at Northville High School. In the program, students explore skills, techniques, processes, and vocabulary which they use to pursue an in-depth investigation of art and this self-curated group exhibition, an art house spokesman said. In the exhibition, 19 students are displaying their best work along with a written rationale at the Northville Art House.
The Northville Public Schools Virtual Art Exhibition, which began in 1999, takes place annually to promote the appreciation and importance of arts education. This year art house will present online the artwork of 27 students in Grades 6 - 12 from Meads Mill Middle School, Hillside Middle School, and Northville High School. The students' work is juried and prizes totaling more than $100 will be awarded. The public is invited to view and comment on the artwork and exhibition at www.northvillearthouse.org/virtualexhibitions.
Brian Balcoff, Instructor and coordinator for the NPS Virtual Art Exhibition at Northville High School, shares, “Art is like a handwritten letter, hot soup, and a glass of Vernors - soothing, restorative, and simply heartfelt! Thank you to the art students for bringing a smile to my face, time after time, year after year, and school day after school day,” said Brian Balcoff, instructor and coordinator for the Northville Public Schools Virtual Art Exhibition.
The exhibit will include: Hamin Park, Northville High School, 11th grade, My Pet Fish, above left; Hana Ichikawa, Northville High School, 11th grade, Abundance, above center, and Sierra Haran, Hillside Middle School, 6th grade, Pineapple Vacation, above right.
The Northville Art House is a nonprofit 501(c)3 art facility located in historic downtown Northville.
The Art House has cultivated the Arts through creative experiences and educational programs in the Metro Detroit community since 2005.
Gallery exhibitions, art fairs, and an artisan store present the work of local and international emerging and established artists. In-house workshops, virtual classes, and community outreach provide art education in the areas of painting, drawing, printmaking, hand-sculpture, photography, graphic design, crafts, and mixed-media.
For more information visit www.northvillearthouse.org.
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