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A show you will always “Remembrandt”: Morse hosts second annual art show

Junior Sheyla Williams gazes upon a piece of art.

Junior Sheyla Williams gazes upon a piece of art.

Junior Sheyla Williams gazes upon a piece of art.

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It’s a show you will always Remembrandt.

It was full of dancing, music, food, and art of all mediums and styles.

Morse hosted its second annual art show on April 19 at the Innovation Center from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. showcasing students works from the year.

Students from Color and Design, Mixed Media, photography, film arts, special ed, and dancing groups in school, all were able to showcase selected pieces of his or her repertoire.

This was the first year that students were able to show dance performances as last year music was played.

“Dance is a part of the VAPA (Visual and Performing Arts) Program,” said Beth Mikulanis, an art teacher. “It’s a form of art.”

Different forms and styles of art were portrayed inside the Innovation Center. Videos were showed, paintings were hung, and drawings were placed.

“I am loving it,” said Principal Cynthia Larkin. “I get to see the creativity that our students have it’s pretty impressive because I am not creative at all, so to see the works, photographs, and the paintings. It’s pretty amazing.”

Larkin experienced her first art show done and was pleased with the results.

“I really do like the mixed media aspect of it,” Larkin explained. “There is a variety: the dancing, the videos, the streaming, the actual pieces, the food so I like the way it was done.”


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