MARLBOROUGH – Students in Marlborough Public Schools put their best artistic foot forward with the Citywide Art Show on April 4 at Whitcomb Middle School.
According to June Baker, supervisor of visual arts, there were about 500 pieces on display, from sculpture to fashion design.
“We keep them busy,” she said. “Our students are exposed to a variety of techniques.”
She added that the show’s been happening for more than 40 years, and in different locations.
“I’m so excited to have it in person,” said Baker.
A new feature at the show was a virtual gallery.
“It makes it accessible for people unable to come,” she said.
MPS Superintendent Mary Murphy said she loves walking through the hallways checking out the artwork.
“This is my favorite time of the year,” she said.