Bear Creek Student Show
February 25 - March 5
Each year, an Advanced Studio Art class comprised of high school senior student artists are taken through the journey of what it might be like to create a body of work that has a common theme, write an artist statement, create an artist postcard, then have their work properly matted and framed in order to hang in a professional manner. The students work for 4 months on their art pieces and series. Through this time frame, they experience the challenge of how to best communicate their idea/concept through their art pieces, how to continue through hardships, how to effectively write about their art, as well as their impact and interaction with the public and what that role might look like. This winter they will work with the Kirkland Art Center gallery to stage a 2 week exhibition that will be the culmination of their course exploring what it is like to put together an art show from creation to reception.
Bear Creek Student Artists
Join them as they launch their creative careers into the public sphere with this culminating show. More information on the students and the art here.
The exhibit is open during regular gallery hours, Thursdays and Friday, noon – 6:00 p.m., and Saturdays by appointment. Please contact the gallery to confirm hours. Visitors must answer a Wellness Screening upon entering the gallery, and those answering “no” to all the questions may enter to view the show. Masks are required and social distancing is practiced while walking and viewing the gallery.