The first Georgetown Prep Art Exhibition is currently open in Boland Hall's Robert Southwell, S.J., Library. The art show is a representation of the year's hard work of all of the art students.
Represented in the art show are all of the arts courses taught here at Georgetown Prep: Freshman Art, Foundations of Studio Art (the full-year Freshman art course), Methods and Materials (sophomores), AP 1 and AP 2 Studio, AP 2-D, digital photography and Graphic Design.
Prep's two AP Art students presented a small representation of the work produced for their AP portfolio and also an artist statement. Prep also showcased two events that Prep art students participated in with Stone Ridge students - the Raku firing event here at Prep and a field trip to the Cherry Blossom Festival.
The art show is in memory of Mr. Gary Daum and the front panel of the exhibit showcases an arrangement of sunrises and sunsets that were submitted by staff and faculty.