WHSArt students will be downtown on November 28 painting windows for the holidays. These photos are from last years event. If you would like your window painted please refer to the information below.
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!
Art Club meets every Thursday after school in room 1243.
A representative from Mass Art will be visiting Mrs. McKenna’s classroom (1241) on Tuesday, October 2, during D block 11:15 – to the end of G block 1:07.
As juniors and seniors begin to think about life after high school, we want to present the many learning and career opportunities available with an Art degree.
This presentation will cover a wide variety of topics including financial aid, the portfolio development process, and careers in the arts. It also features a wide range of artwork created by students currently enrolled at MassArt. Afterward, there will be time to answer questions, and even review portfolios as time allows.
The Wakefield High School Visual Arts Department is partnering with the Albion Cultural Exchange to host First Thursday Downtown on June 7 from 6:00-8:00 pm. This event will be the last art exhibit for the 2017-2018 school year and will feature artwork from juniors, sophomores and freshman art students at WHS. 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 very exciting to be able to show off their most recent work,” said Joy Schilling WHSVisual Arts Coordinator. Included in this exhibit will be linoleum prints, 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.
What is Fright Night? Hosted by the Wakefield High School Visual Arts Department, Fright Night is a Carved Pumpkin Display on the steps of the Beebe Library and a Horror Film Festival at the Galvin Auditorium.
Carved Pumpkin Display
WHS Art students are working on carved pumpkins designs for display on the steps of the Beebe Library from 6-8. Anyone, including middle and elementary school students, parents and teachers who would like to add a pumpkin to the display can bring their creation at 5:45 to the Library steps.
WHS TV Horror Film Fest at the Galvin Auditorium (rated pg 13)
There are two showings at 4:00 and then again at 7:00pm of the WHSTV students horror films. This is a PG13 event and costs $5.00 admission.