The Wakefield High School Visual Arts Department is partnering with the Albion Cultural Exchange to host First Thursday Downtown on June 6 from 6:00-8:00 pm. This event will be the last art exhibit for the 2018-2019 school year. It is very exciting to host this event featuring artwork from juniors, sophomores and freshmen art students at WHS. The seniors have left the building and now it is time for the underclassmen to showcase their talents.
The projects for this upcoming show have been created in the past 6 weeks since Visual Arts Night that was in April. “Art students are constantly creating and it is important to show off their most recent work,” said Joy Schilling WHSVisual Arts Coordinator. Included in this exhibit will be linoleum prints, copper tooling, paper maché masks, portraits, graphic design work and ceramics. First Thursday is a perfect opportunity for the public to see the great things that are happening in the Wakefield Arts Community. Hope to see you on Thursday Night.
May 9, 2019 5:00-8:00pm at the Albion Cultural Exchange 9 Albion Street Wakefield
The Arts Collaborative of Wakefield and Albion Cultural Exchange (ACE) are excited to announce the second annual Art & edibles exhibit, a three-day celebration of food-inspired art creations and art-inspired food innovations. Taking place at the ACE Center at 9 Albion St. in Downtown Wakefield, the exhibit is free of charge and open to food and art lovers of all ages on the following dates and times:
– Thursday, March 7, 6 pm – 8pm.
– Friday, March 8, 6 pm – 8pm.
– Saturday, March 9, 10 am – 1pm.
WHSArt is represented in the exhibit with selected art from Art 2 students and 14 ceramic artists.
WHSVisual Arts Fright night is an annual event featuring Carved Pumpkins by WHSVisual Art students, horror movies made by WHSTV students, and baked goods made by Culinary.
Click here to watch the 2018 Fright Night Films!
Fright Night is Thursday, October 25, 2018.
Fright Night is Thursday featuring WHSTV Horror Films at the Galvin Auditorium at 4:00 and 7:00pm and a carved pumpkin display at the Beebe Library. Pictured are Art 2 students Liliana Carioli, Jessica Maffe, Nicole Miller, Emmy Murphy, Grace Goodchild, Erin Mulcahy, Giusi Maniscalco, Bella D’Ambrosio, Rachel Pearlman, and Celia Casale getting ready to carve their pumpkins.