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  • Student Exhibition Reception: My Constructed Reality

    Wednesday, January 29, 2020
    5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    Add to Calendar 01/29/2020 5:00 PM 01/29/2020 6:00 PM America/New_York Student Exhibition Reception: My Constructed Reality

    Opening remarks to begin at 5:15 p.m.
    Free and open to family and friends of students | Refreshments will be served

    The Rockwell Museum presents My Constructed Reality, an exhibition featuring selected artwork created by students enrolled in the Studio A arts course at the Corning-Painted Post High School. This exhibition highlights mixed-media works of art that focus on themes of identity, manipulation of reality and cultural perspectives inspired by artwork from The Rockwell’s collection.

    In collaboration with the team of high school art teachers, Wendy Brubaker, Shawn Farwell, Sharron Holland, Birgitt Wolf-King and Megan Wukovitz, students visited The Rockwell on a field trip. The artwork that students observed and engaged with at the Museum served as the inspiration for their final projects created in their classrooms. Students were encouraged to explore different art mediums to construct one-of-a-kind creations that illustrate aspects of their personal identities within their own realities.

    The Rockwell Museum, 111 Cedar Street Corning NY

    Opening remarks to begin at 5:15 p.m.
    Free and open to family and friends of students | Refreshments will be served

    The Rockwell Museum presents My Constructed Reality, an exhibition featuring selected artwork created by students enrolled in the Studio A arts course at the Corning-Painted Post High School. This exhibition highlights mixed-media works of art that focus on themes of identity, manipulation of reality and cultural perspectives inspired by artwork from The Rockwell’s collection.

    In collaboration with the team of high school art teachers, Wendy Brubaker, Shawn Farwell, Sharron Holland, Birgitt Wolf-King and Megan Wukovitz, students visited The Rockwell on a field trip. The artwork that students observed and engaged with at the Museum served as the inspiration for their final projects created in their classrooms. Students were encouraged to explore different art mediums to construct one-of-a-kind creations that illustrate aspects of their personal identities within their own realities.