Double Dreams (detail) by Besrat Kebide, a student in Kathlyn Avila-Reyes’ ceramics class.
With thousands of students in our classrooms every year, it’s no easy feat to share with you what they do. But one of the best ways to see for yourself is happening right now!
We call it the Student/Faculty Show. Every year around this time, the students and instructors of The Art League School exhibit their handiwork in our gallery. You can see it through Sunday, February 28!
While you’re here, you can see our Young Artists Student Show on the second floor of the Torpedo Factory for examples of projects from our children’s and teen classes.
If this exhibit has you feeling inspired to grab a paintbrush, pencil, chisel, blowtorch, or camera, head on over to our class catalog. When you visit the exhibit in person, each student piece is labeled with the class it was made in.
Night Nest, steel, by Mai Pham, a student in Metal Sculpture with Donna Reinsel
Paintings and prints by Art League students
The Student Show
Stories, mixed media, by Diane Kresh, a student in Collage with Rosemary Luckett.
The Orchard Guardian, ceramic and cement, by Yvette Jacob, a student in Carlos Beltran Baldiviezo’s ceramics class.
Artwork by Art League instructors Delna Dastur, Marsha Staiger, Nancy McIntyre.
Fish Lips by ceramics instructor Kathlyn Avila-Reyes
Sculptures and ceramics by Art League students
Three-dimensional work by students in sculpture and fiber classes.
The Student/Faculty Show is open through February 28.