Norton Museum of Art Showcases High School Student Photography

An exhibit featuring the artwork of student photographers from a number of area high schools opens at the Norton Museum of Art Saturday, November 3, as part of commemoration activities of the Palm Beach County Library System’s Ninth Annual Families Reading Together campaign. The students work was based on the theme, Based on Books which was introduced to them by their photography teachers in the fifth year of the Norton’s invitational student exhibit.

Participating students attend the following schools and study photography from the listed instructors:

Atlantic High School, Darin Roney

Dreyfoos School of the Arts, Peter Stodolak

John I. Leonard High School, Alexis Garland

Lake Worth High School, Brent Bludworth

Palm Beach Central High School, Jennie Barnett

Royal Palm Beach High School, Cynthia Oakes

Santaluces High School, Christina Archer

Wellington High School, Bobbi Brubaker.

The exhibit will open at 2:00 p.m. in the Chris and Bernard Marden Community Gallery. It runs through January 7, 2013. The Marden Community Gallery serves as a venue for the exhibition of artworks created through collaborative programs between the Norton Museum of Art and student and community groups. Admission to the Museum is free to Palm Beach County residents on the first Saturday of every month and free to West Palm Beach residents every Saturday.

For more information about the Based on Books student photography exhibit, contact Assistant Curator of Education Carole Gutterman, 561.832.5196, ext. 1198 or email [email protected]

Debi Stewart
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