Students in the AP Studio Art course co-taught by Woodworking & 3D Design Teacher Erik Curtis and Visual Arts Teacher Samantha Salazar will showcase their work for the Moorestown Friends School community and for the general public at an Exhibition and Artist Reception on Wednesday, April 25, from 5-7 p.m. The reception will take place in Van Meter Hall (formerly the Greenleaf Building) at 28 E. Main St. 2D design and 3D design work will be featured including Photography, Painting, and Mixed Media.
The reception is open to the general public. Eight students are enrolled in the course: Robie Driscoll ’18, Zachary Durr ’18, Sujin Kim ’18, Julia Kropiewnicki ’19, Han Nguyen ’18, Kayleigh Schweiker ’18, Jennifer Taub ’18, and Echo Yan ’19. In addition, more artwork produced by the students will be on display from April 23 – May 8 in Stokes Hall during school hours.
MFS began offering AP Studio Art as a course for Upper School students in 2014. Since then, three MFS student portfolios have been featured on the College Board website as an AP Studio Art sample portfolio. Each year, only a few portfolios are chosen to be highlighted out of nearly 5,000 submissions submitted by high school students nationally. The portfolios of Coles Driscoll ’14, Mankaran Bhasin ’15, and Eric Price ’16 were showcased on the College Board website.