BSC hosts high school art reception Jan. 21
Published: Jan 20 2016
The Gannon Gallery at Bismarck State College will display an all-media exhibit by Century High School art students through Feb. 11.
Reception for the students in grades nine through 12 takes place Thursday, Jan. 21, from 4 to 6 p.m. in the new Library-English-Art building at 1400 Schafer Street. Gannon Gallery is on second floor.
Juried work by 65 students was chosen and includes pen and ink drawings, pencil, pastel, acrylic painting, charcoal, mixed media, ceramic and metal sculpture, and constructed cardboard sculptures created in student art classes.
CHS art instructors Laurie Foerderer, Brad Lies, and Jenna Jacobson, juror, worked with BSC gallery coordinator and art instructor, Andrea Fagerstrom, to create this fourth exhibit by CHS students.
“This exhibit brings many CHS students and their families onto our campus, which really strengthens the relationship between BSC and the community,” Fagerstrom said. “The show also gives students the chance to meet and talk with BSC’s visual art faculty and learn about visual art opportunities at the college.”
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