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South Mt. H. S. art exhibition at Burton Barr Library, a MUST SEE!!!!!!
"ArtTells a Story"
Cathy Ballman (government)|
Janet Broyles (jewelry/fiber arts; computer art)
Cathy Cimellaro (computer art)
Charlie Diaz (history)
Tom Eldridge (communications)
Susan Griffin (dance)
Marjorie Hannah (English, yearbook)
Susan Janke-Leon (ESL)|
Jeff Kunes (art, drawing/painting)
Sebastiao Pereira (drawing/painting)
Mike Prepsky (ceramics, photography)
Susan Rawdin (photography)
George Reiley (art, sculpture)
Becky Sachse (art, photography)
Tina Smith (English)
The Ceramic books created by the students in honor of the importance of literature.
Stories have been told by students, teachers, family members, and local artists, using writing, speech, visual imagery, movement, and communications. Outcomes have been writings, books/journals, visuals, videotapes, audiotapes, mixed-media installations, science projects and dance. Students have built their reading, writing, critical thinking, and presentation skills. They have studied the work and lives of well-known master artists as well as local contemporary artists.
George Reiley sculpture teacher with Joe Willie Smith, professional artist who worked with Reiley's students.
This "Art Tells A Story" exhibit includes the work of South Mountain students and mentoring artists-in-residence. Artists who participated in this program are:
Joe Willie Smith
Michael Prepsky, Ceramic teacher at South Mt. H.S.
This exhibit was made possible by the Arizona Department of Education, Phoenix Union High School District, South Mountain High School Administration, SMHS Core Committee for this CSR Grant, SMHS Visual Arts Department, and @Central Gallery/Burton Barr Central Library. Special thanks to Lynn Tuttle, Joan Mason, Jodie Baker, Priscilla Ruiz, Scott Gayman, and Prudence Crosswhite.
THE EXHIBITION CAN BE VIEWED DURING REGULAR LIBRARY HOURS UNTIL DECEMBER 28TH
Artwork created in George Reiley's sculpture class and Janet Broyles Fiber arts class.