Opening on March 29 is the first-ever High School Art Invitational. Teachers of high school juniors throughout the state of Indiana have been invited to send the two best examples of their students’ works—produced in response to the theme “Reflecting on the Arts—to this first-ever, juried exhibition.
The event includes a reception from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on opening day. Scholarships and other prizes will be awarded to top contenders and teachers during remarks at 3:30 p.m. “During the reception, guests will have the opportunity to tour Eskenazi Hall and see our studio spaces. Representatives of our Admissions and Student Services department will be on hand to provide information regarding Herron and IUPUI admissions, scholarship opportunities, campus life, and our nationally accredited studio art majors and curricula,” said Shannon McCullough, director of admissions and student services. There will also be information available about a variety of Herron community learning programs, including Honors Art, an intensive, two-week course of study for high school juniors and seniors with a serious interest in art and design. The exhibition runs through April 17.
There are no upcoming dates for this event.