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Teen Program Exhibition & Student Exhibition

On View: April 19, 2013 – May 11, 2013
Friday, April 19, 2013 from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Highpoint’s annual LOOK/SEE Exhibit features work by hundreds of students that visited our classroom studio in the past year to learn hands-on printmaking skills as part of our School Partnership Program. Participating School include: Adelante College Prep, Belle Plaine Junior and Senior High School, Bethlehem Chid Care Center, The Blake School, FAIR School Downtown, Lyndale Community School, Minneapolis Kids at Lyndale, Minnesota Transitions High School, Stonebridge Community School, YouthCARE MN, and Washburn High School.

In tandem with the LOOK/SEE Exhibition, work produced by eight high school students as part of the ACCESS/PRINT Project will be on display in the adjoining gallery. During this free mentorship program, these young talents each spent over 70 hours at Highpoint working with artist mentors to develop a series of prints included in this exhibition. Access/Print artists: Makayla Fearing-Fairbanks, Hayoung Lim, Anthony Lockhart, Conor McLun, Marissa Nicol, Eddie Oretgon, Lillian Smith, and Emma Westbrook.

Spring 2013 Session:

  • Emma Westbrook
  • Eddie Ortegon
  • Lillian Smith

Fall 2012 Session:

  • Anthony Lockhart
  • Makayla Fearing-Fairbanks
  • Marissa Nicol
  • Conor McClun
  • Hayoung Lim

Do you know a high school student who would be interested in an intensive after school studio printmaking program in Fall 2013? 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.

Earlier Event: February 8
Later Event: May 10
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