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Students Ready Work for Arts Walk

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Some of the art that will be on view at Arts Walk. Credit: Ms. Hume.

Some of the art that will be on view at Arts Walk. Credit: Ms. Hume.

Some of the art that will be on view at Arts Walk. Credit: Ms. Hume.

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While athletes have the opportunity to show off every week, artists have just a few showcases a year to show their talents. One such showcase is the once-a-trimester Arts Walk.

Since March, Williston’s student artists have been working in the studios to produce the body of work that will be displayed at this trimester’s Arts Walk, on May 28th at 6:00 pm in the Reed Center. All Arts Intensive students present their work from the trimester.

Quincy Sandbank, a sophomore, loves Arts Intensive and is excited for Art Walk.

“I’ve been working on anything that involves cameras like movies, film, digital, and computer stuff.”

“At the Arts Walk I would love to show off color grading in photos, like before and after and everything I’ve been doing in the darkroom,” he added.

Edward Hing is the Williston photography, film and video Instructor.

“[Arts Walk] is a great venue to see artists that are truly dedicated to the process, its an opportunity to show what they are capable of,” Hing said.

In addition to the group of over 20 visual artists, there are five students in Arts Intensive that are showcasing their musical abilities. Those students are: senior Shirley Zhou, junior Nozomi Asamura,  senior Yana Pyryalina, freshman Anne-Valerie Clitus, and freshman Zachary Davidson.

Natania Hume is the Head of the Visual and Preforming Arts department. She sees Arts Walk as a great way to share Williston arts with the community.

“The Arts Walk is a great way to share work from the trimester and from arts intensive both visual and musical and nice way to end trimester with food and art,” she said.

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Emma Gould '18, Staff Writer/Editor

Emma is a senior at Williston.  She is a day student and she is from Williamsburg, MA.

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