Students showcase work with Arts Nights exhibit
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Arts Night
Students Roxanne Birch, Kimberly Betit, James McGovern, Isabelle Beckwith, and Emma Durphy. This photo-re-enactment project was created by the student metal artists who contributed to the community metal sculpture, Wildcat Welcome 2017.
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WHITINGHAM- On Tuesday, June 6, from 6 to 7 pm, Twin Valley Middle High School celebrates the 2016-2017 school year with the annual Arts Night exhibition opening and music performance.

Arts Night showcases student art, industrial arts, and music from the entire year of programming. Featured highlights include “Interdisciplinary Art Inaugurations: the Mobile Mural Project,” a 16’ collaboration between visiting Ethiopian artist Behulum Mengistu and artist-educator Meghan Rigali, and “Art and Activist Prayer Flag Installation,” a gift to the school from Rigali’s printmaking class.

Also on exhibit will be student-artist screenprinting and activism designs, a schoolwide T-shirt printing event, and Wildcat Welcome public art, a large scale community sculpture from Rigali’s student metal artists whose volunteerism defines TVMHS.

There will be a music performance at 7 pm.

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