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Visual Voices VII: Last Day April 23

Visual Voices is a biannual art show featuring multimedia work by Lowell’s K-12 student artists. Three local galleries will host Visual Voices VII; The Brush Gallery will display elementary level art. Lowell Telecommunications Corp will display middle school level art and the Whistler House will display high school level art.


Coming Up: Senior Series and Junior Portfolio -- Innovation Academy

Exhibit Dates: April 28 to May 1, 2016
Reception: April 30, 5:00 to 7:00 PM
Innovation Academy Charter School is proud to present two student exhibitions featuring recent works by high school juniors and seniors completed through the school’s visual art program.

imageArtwork, Vivian Cook
Senior Series includes work by seniors: Vivian Cook, Emily Gibbs, Cassidy McAuliffe, Victoria Miller, Luke Sheehan, and Kayleigh Sorrentino. The senior series is a thesis body of work developed by seniors in an Advanced Art Practices class over the course of their senior year. Students are tasked with developing a series of at least five works of art that are in some way related. Each student labored months on their respective series, developing numerous drafts, studies, notes, revisions, and concepts to get to the polished work they present in this exhibit. Each student’s series represents their creative vision, developing skills, and unique artistic voices.

Junior Portfolio is a showcase of high school junior portfolios made by students pursuing advanced classes and developing portfolios of their work which may be used to apply to art school. This exhibition includes artworks made in a variety of different classes and contexts in a variety of mediums, materials, and assignments. Each student is presenting a few of their strongest pieces which display their skills, thought process, and creativity.


The Brush is supported by the Lowell National Historical Park and Eastern National.