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Fright Night 2016

Fright Night 2016

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The Annual Fright Night Halloween Festival is upon us! Join us for the WHS Art pumpkin carving display downtown at the Beebe Library on October 27 and then head down to the Galvin Auditorium for the WHS TV movies.

The PUMPKIN DISPLAY is from 6:00 – 8:00 PM! The pumpkins will be lit at around 5:00 pm but are best seen when it starts to get dark. Stop by to see the amazing carving work of the WHS Art students!

The WHS TV movies are at 4:30 and 7 pm at the Galvin MIddle School Auditorium! $5 admission!

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**Pumpkins will be available for the public to take at the end of the evening. Students have between 8:00 and 8:30 PM to claim their pumpkins. At 8:30 PM the public can take pumpkins that are not claimed by students!

 

Fright Night 2015

Fright Night 2015

Art 2 students get ready 2015

Art 2 students Joy Patel, Joanne Gallardo, Julia Brown, Hannah Filleul, Helen Salvatore, Justin Nguyen, Cecelia Colliton, Mikayla Coombs, Kaitlyn Newbegin, Kellianne Conlon, and Sofia Barrett are designing and carving their pumpkins in preparation for Fright Night October 29. The Carved Jack o Lantern display will be set up and lit by 5:00 pm. Hope to see you there!

 

WHSArt Club paints Cultural Exchange windows

WHSArt Club paints Cultural Exchange windows

The WHS Art Club went downtown yesterday to decorate the windows of the newly established Albion Cultural Exchange Building, formally known as the Light Department Building. Art Club students painted both inside and outside as preparation for Fright Night, October 29, 2015. Fright Night this year will offer four separate events for residents of all ages. There will be trick or treating from 4:00-6:00, an art display from 4:00-9:00, a carved pumpkin display from 5:00-9:00 and a student horror film festival with two screenings at 4:30 and 7:00.

*Trick or Treat   Pick up your Trick or Treat bag and a map at the Albion Cultural Exchange, 9 Albion Street starting at 4:00.

*Art Exhibit  The Arts Collaborative of Wakefield will host an Art Exhibit at the Albion Cultural Exchange on 9 Albion Street. The exhibit will be open from 4:00-9:00 and feature a wide variety of art on display from local artists who are members of the ACW as well as selected art from WHSVisual Art.

*Carved Pumpkin Display on the steps of the Lucius Beebe Library from 5:00-9:00, featuring the artwork of the WHSVisual Arts Department and GMS Art Club. Pumpkins are lit at 5:00. Want to be a part of this event? Bring your carved pumpkin down to the library to add to the display or just come down to help set up.

*WHSTV Film Festival Galvin Middle School, Veteran’s Auditorium, 525 Main Street, at 4:30 and 7:00. WHSTV presents their annual student horror film festival, featuring films created by students in the WHS Television program and the third installment of the Thrillogy!!! written, produced and acted by WHS staff members. Catch up with part 1 and Part 2 on Youtube and get ready for the conclusion on Fright Night.

“When you stare into the ABerecz” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPeTKjXvMnk and

“The Sequel” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5aTnGU0-bDg

 

 

Fright Night 2014 is Thursday October 30.

Fright Night 2014 is Thursday October 30.

This photo was taken by a group of photography students. The camera was set on a tripod on the bulb setting. With this setting, the shutter stays open as long as the shutter release button remains depressed.  With the shutter open, a student using a flashlight spelled out “WHS”.  The path of moving light was recorded allowing us to capture the stationary elements, the pumpkins and the library, while blurring the moving elements. The Visual Arts Department is very proud of our students who not only display their creative talents on a consistent basis but are also able to spell words backwards.WHS Pumpkins

Graphic Design Zombies

Graphic Design Zombies

Happy Halloween!

Both Graphic Design classes participated in a quick activity to learn some new tools in Photoshop by making themselves into zombies! One tutorial was provided to them and they could use the tools they have already learned plus Googled tutorials to further expand their knowledge of Photoshop.

The results are frighteningly awesome! Viewer beware, some of these are pretty ghastly!