From left: Tyler Perus, Savannah Duncan and Cade Bybee

Students from the Taft High Art program will display an exhibit of their recent work at the Pacific Artists’ Co-op Gallery in Lincoln City, with an opening reception this Friday, Dec. 13.

The reception will run from 5 to 7 pm, offering light refreshments and the chance to chat with the young artists.

The exhibit showcases the students’ exploration of various media, resulting in surreal collage imagery, colorful storyboards, linoleum stamp carving, digital design techniques and more, offering a host of new perspectives.

The Taft High Art program consists of one fine arts class and two digital design classes. Students explore projects from clay sculpture and painting to 3D printing, digital fabrication and t-shirt screen printing. The program is fueled by student leadership, engagement and creativity.

The exhibit will be on display throughout December, available to view from 10 am to 5 pm daily at 620 NE Highway 101.

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