These Masks We Wear
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“These Masks We Wear” is the first of its kind exhibition by Pinellas County ESE Students. These Masks We Wear premieres on Saturday, March 9th from 5-9pm in the Tully~Levine gallery at the ArtsXchange and explores the idea of identity and facade.
The Warehouse Arts District Association (WADA) is excited to announce an upcoming exhibition created by students with disabilities attending Pinellas County Schools. The artists chosen and represented in this exhibit attend one of the four Exceptional Student Education (ESE) center schools in Pinellas County: Calvin A. Hunsinger School, Nina Harris ESE School, Paul B. Stephens ESE Center, and Richard L. Sanders School.
The March exhibit, “These Masks We Wear” premieres on Saturday, March 9th from 5-9pm in the Tully~Levine gallery at the ArtsXchange and explores the idea of identity and facade. Each mask is created by a student using paint, clay, and paper mache utilizing mixed mediums of their choice like photography and graphic design. Through personal investigation and reflection, each work of art creates a statement about how the artist is seen in various communities that relate to family, peers, and social networking.
Exhibit is free and open to the public during the March ArtWalk happening throughout downtown St. Petersburg.
“These Masks We Wear”
Saturday, March 9th, 5-9pm, Free Admission
Tully~Levine gallery at the ArtsXchange
515 22nd Ave S, St. Petersburg, FL 33712
515 22nd Street S, St. Petersburg, FL 33712