Virtual Exhibition: Artists Reaching Classrooms
Online
Taft Museum of Art

Amid an international pandemic, the Taft Museum of Art is ensuring this years’ students can still exhibit their work by creating a virtual exhibition space where the community can share and celebrate their achievements.

“[ARC] not only provides students with a window into the mind of a professional artist, but it invites them to participate, to think, to react, and to create. They begin to understand what it means to take their place as stewards and shapers of culture.”—Mary Weimer Green, Hughes STEM High School art teacher.

Now available on the Taft Museum of Art Facebook page, the exhibition features nearly 90 works and includes mediums like painting, photography, digital design, video and ceramics.

https://www.facebook.com/pg/taftmuseum/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10157502686153650&__tn__=-UK-R

Image credit:
Maggie Ma
The Reflection of Yin and Yang
Watercolor, ballpoint pen, acrylic
Cincinnati Country Day High School (11th grade)
Teacher: Amy Brand