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2014-05-30 at 14:11

Young artists’ work on display for Art Gallery’s student exhibition

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THUNDER BAY -- Three-hundred local high school students are showcasing more than 300 works of art at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery's student art exhibition.

The annual event allows the students to showcase their work in a professional gallery for the first time.

Ten schools participated in this year's exhibit.  The students work closely with teachers to create their pieces, then their art is judged to determine the best creations to showcase. 

Two Churchill students had multiple pieces accepted into the gallery this year.

They say it's an honour to showcase their work in a professional setting and it inspires them to continue with their passion.

The exhibit opened this week, and runs until June 15.

(Thunder Bay Television)

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codvx87 says:
It's 2014. We don't have money for all this art nonsense. We need to build bridges and fix roads...what are we going to do with all these art graduates and history majors? Learn something useful
5/31/2014 9:14:50 AM
tsb says:
This is an annual event the Art Gallery and NWO school boards host to share High School student's final art projects. High school students must take a minimum of 2 or 3 different arts courses to graduate high school.

This doesn't involve university students at all...
6/1/2014 10:43:05 PM
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