Students from the MHS Gallery and Arts Administration class will curate a pop-up art show at the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts on Friday, November 30, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Ten artists will be present, and each will make their art live in different mediums. The participating artists are Nicole Irene, Phillip Knoll, Joanie Ciolfi, Eva Schuster, Peggy Morse, Debbie Carter, and Gary Grosenbeck, and Miss Hall's School students Lanna Knoll ’20,Zoe Yang ’19, and Jingtong Zhang ’20.
Students in Gallery and Arts Administration learn about the business side of the art world in this one-semester, project-based class. They visit galleries and museums to learn about curation, communication, community engagement, fundraising, selling of art, marketing, event planning, and collecting feedback. Students work as a team to establish a mission statement for our pop-up gallery, serve as the jury for the selections, and produce an event for the opening of show in the gallery as a final semester project.
The event is sponsored by Dottie's Coffee Lounge, Ayelada, and the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts. Visit our Facebook event.