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Hudson Public School student artwork on display at State Transportation Building

Quinn Middle School artists Angelica Dries (grade 5); Gigi McIntyre (grade 6); and Emma Keledjian, Kelsey True, Destrian Thies and Cara Murphy (all grade 7)

Hudson – Student artists from Quinn Middle School and Hudson High School, under the direction of art teachers Diane Hoff and Jenna Johnson, have been chosen to display their art work at the State Transportation Building in Boston.

Students in grades K through 12 from across Massachusetts were selected to participate in the exhibit, sponsored by the Massachusetts Art Education Association. The event is part of Youth Art Month (YAM), a national celebration held each year during March that emphasizes the value of art education for all children, and encourages support for quality art programs in schools.

Across Massachusetts there are numerous celebrations and exhibits happening in schools, in districts, and regionally. The Boston exhibit, “United Through Art,” is the only statewide YAM Exhibit in Massachusetts, and features student work from over 90 communities.

The show will be on display and open to the public weekdays 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. through Friday, March 31. Admission is free. Parking is available in the building for a fee.

 

 

Hudson High School artists Michael Castro (grade 10); Emelia Carraher (grade 9); and Jessica Gordon (grade 11) (Photos/submitted)

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