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Free with gallery admission
Come see some of the freshest (and greenest) artwork around: projects created by the high school students in this year's Art & Ecology course.
Since August, high school students from all over central Ohio have been exploring art and environmental issues as part of the Wexner Center’s annual Art & Ecology class. The Interventions exhibition is the students' chance to present the projects they’ve created to family, friends, fellow students, and the general public. The show is always full of surprising and intriguing artworks that are as varied, and as timely, as the topics the students have investigated in the course.
Celebrate with the artists at a free public reception on Thursday, December 15. This exhibition is open to the public during regular Wexner Center gallery hours through December 31.
For more information about future Art & Ecology courses, email email@example.com or call (614) 292-6493. The next course takes place in fall 2017 with student applications due on May 1.
Art & Ecology is presented with major support from American Electric Power.
MAJOR SUPPORT FOR ART & ECOLOGY
American Electric Power
SUPPORT FOR TEACHER AND SCHOOL PROGRAMS
Ingram-White Castle Foundation
Martha Holden Jennings Foundation
Ohio Arts Council
Puffin Foundation West, Ltd.
Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation
SUPPORT FOR FREE AND LOW-COST PROGRAMS
Cardinal Health Foundation
GENERAL OPERATING SUPPORT FOR THE WEXNER CENTER
Greater Columbus Arts Council
The Columbus Foundation
Art & Ecology Exhibition Interventions: Students Respond to the Environment