Middle and high school students display art work at the Visual Arts Exhibit

On Thursday, April 5, Wesleyan hosted the opening of the Visual Arts Exhibit in Cole Hall, formerly known as the Fine Arts Building. 
The exhibit features art from all middle and high school art students, and it especially highlights the work of AP art students. 

Each AP art student has developed eight or nine pieces centered around an inquiry that they chose to explore. 

“Each individual collection demonstrates much personal growth throughout the year as they have spent so much time and energy on their concepts and techniques,” explains Meagan Brooker, assistant director of fine arts and high school visual arts teacher. “This is a testament to their drive and hard work.” 

Be sure to stop by Cole Hall to visit the Visual Arts Exhibit, which will be open until May 3, 2024.