School may be out, but student artists shine in this McEachern Advanced Placement and Painting II Exhibit at the Gallery at Powder Springs.
Visit the Gallery at Powder Springs to see their work. Exhibit now with Reception date July 16 from 5 to 7PM.
More about the student artwork under the direction of McEachern Art Educator, Danielle Mege .
Advanced Placement Studio Art is a course designed by the College Board to allow advanced high school artists the opportunity to earn college credit in Studio Art courses. AP Students have one school year to create a twenty-four piece portfolio featuring two categories: Breadth and Concentration. The Breadth section allows each artist to showcase their various talents, exploring different media and subject matter to show a wide range of abilities. Concentration pieces must all follow a particular theme of the student’s choice. AP seniors share class time with juniors in the Painting II course and serve as mentors, as many of Painting II students will be in AP Studio Art their senior year. Students are responsible for professionally mounting and photographing all of their pieces to create both a professional physical and digital portfolio.
- June 21, 2018 - August 31, 2018
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
with South Cobb Arts Alliance