The Waupaca High School Main Street hallway will be transformed into a showcase of student art Sunday, May 19.
All students who have taken art classes during the 2012-13 academic school year will be displaying their creations from 1:30-5 p.m.
The show may also be viewed Wednesday, May 15 through Friday, May 17 during school hours.
Register in the main office to view the exhibit.
Some of the media which will be exhibited includes printmaking, ceramic, metal, painting and beginning fundamental design artwork.
In addition, advanced art students will showcase work made throughout their art studies in high school. Their artwork may be available for purchase.
“One of the reasons that this is such an important event is that it represents a culmination of formal instruction for many of the students in formal art education. That being said, it also represents a birth for many students who will continue to make art an integral part of their lives after graduation,” said WHS Art Instructor Lee Schultz.
“I am so very proud of the work the students have done this year. The Waupaca community possesses such a rich tradition of appreciating all of the arts,” she said. “We look forward to having the public truly appreciate the hard work put in by all of the students.”
The Waupaca Art Show is free and open to the public.
Parents who are dropping their children off for the annual choral Senior Tribute Concert should plan on arriving early to take some time to view all of the exhibits, she said.