The Hope Secondary Arts Program is presenting a show throughout June at the Hope Arts Gallery.
The show is called Journey.
The Photography, Senior Studio Arts and Senior Sculpture classes have put together a unique set of works that explore identity and interests, reflecting their learning journey though printmaking, photography, paint and sculpture.
Mediums students have experimented with include clay, papier-mache, acrylic and watercolours, photography and found objects.
Students are interested in sharing and viewing how their peers interpret and visualize things. Artwork that is interesting to the majority of students includes anime, pop culture, hyper-realism and technology. Students have shared that art is an important way to express themselves, while also allowing them to have fun exploring materials. They are excited to share their journey with the Hope community.
Journey will be presented in the Back Room of the Hope Arts Gallery at 349 Fort Street, running Wednesdays through Sundays (11 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily) between June 1 and 26.
The Hope Arts Gallery is run by the Hope & District Arts Council and more info can be found online at hopedistrictartscouncil.com