Teen Program Exhibition & Student Exhibition
On View: May 7, 2010 – May 22, 2010
Friday, May 7, 2010 from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Highpoint’s education and community programs stepped into a new world in 2009. With a classroom of its own and room to grow Highpoint programming including the A/P Project teen program, the school partnership program and adult printmaking classes are more in demand than ever before. The first school visitors stepped into the new classroom in September and classes scheduled through the end of the school year will be busily making prints. All of Highpoint’s school visitors will have the opportunity to participate in our student exhibit in May. This year the LOOK/SEE show will open in tandem with the A/P Project show on May 7, 2010. Students, parents, teachers and the public are invited to join the celebration of a year of prints in Highpoint’s gallery!
Spring 2010 Session:
- Lydia Bickal, Southwest High School
- Nico Dregni, South High School
- Rebekkah Olson, Perpich Arts High School
- Anna Renken, St. Paul Central High School
Fall 2009 Session:
- Liam Bonk, School of Environmental Studies
- Natalia Fernandes, Creative Arts High School
- Kathleen Kappenman, Southwest High School
- Wyatt Lasky, Perpich Arts High School
Do you know a high school student who would be interested in an intensive after school studio printmaking program? Please encourage them to apply to the Access/Print Project. Applications are available at Highpoint and also can be found on the website on the ACCESS/PRINT PROGRAM page.
Highpoint’s education programs are funded, in part, by grants from: Patrick and Aimee Butler Family Foundation, HRK Foundation, Leonard, Street and Deinard Foundation, The McKnight Foundation, Target, Moore Family Fund for the Arts of the Minneapolis Foundation, Traveler’s Arts & Diversity Employee Committee, R.E. Swager Family Foundation, Clara Ueland and Walt McCarthy, The Minnesota State Arts Board, The Good Family Foundation, Peregrine Capital Management, Inc. Fund of the Minneapolis Foundation, Martin and Brown Foundation and General Mills Foundation.