Teen Program Exhibition & Student Exhibition
On View: April 11, 2014 – May 10, 2014
Friday, April 11, 2014 from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
The Access/Print Project is a free mentorship program that hosts 7 – 10 outstanding teen artists each school year. Teens receive over 70 hours of studio access and instruction in the printmaking arts to create a body of print work. More information is available on the ACCESS/PRINT PROGRAM page..
Spring 2014 Session:
- Georgeann Byrd
- Melissa Nyberg
- Lucia Sullivan Possehl
- Ruby Tresch
Fall 2013 Session:
- Lydia Gutowsky
- Alice Hu
- Emily Jablonski
Throughout the school year Highpoint hosts hands-on printmaking classes for school visitors from the metro area and beyond. Students in grades K–12 visited Highpoint to create their own relief, drypoint, and monotype prints. Highpoint is proud to exhibit these works in our galleries. Participating schools include: Augsburg Fairview Academy, Belle Plaine High School, Hennepin Technical College, International Spanish Language Academy, Lyndale Community School, Minneapolis Kids – Barton, Pillsbury House and Theater, River Bend Elementary, Southside Family Charter, Visitation School, Washburn High School, and YouthCARE.