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Dublin High School Student Art Gallery: A Visual Treat Not To Be Missed

May 20, 2017

DUBLIN, CA–The Dublin High School Art Department is showcasing student artwork through Friday May 26, during lunch, in Room N-104. The Art Gallery opened with an official community reception on Thursday May 18 in conjunction with the Evening of the Arts and the Dublin High School Film Festival.

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The exhibit features the work of students in AP Studio Art, Intermediate Drawing, Intermediate Painting, Beginning 2D Design, Digital Animation, and Sculpture & Ceramics. It was fascinating to walk through the gallery, and see the broad range of art created by the remarkably talented students of Dublin High School.

Visual arts teacher Mr. Noel Sollom-Brotherton was incredibly proud of the student showcase, and commented on the rapidly growing art program at Dublin High School. “We’ve added a number of classes in the last couple of years, most notably AP Studio Art, which is being offered as a regular class instead of an independent study class,” he said. “We have about 25 students this year, who are earning college credit for their art. Next year, we’re adding a couple more sections of 2D Design, so the program is growing there as well. And we’re introducing a new class — Intermediate Painting and Printmaking — which is going to be using an etching press, silk screen, and other media.”

Here is a glimpse of what was on display:

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