Jamestown High School Students Visit Edinboro University

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JAMESTOWN – Students at Jamestown High School recently visited Edinboro University to attend art demonstrations and workshops.

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Before the trip, students each selected a demonstration and workshop to attend.

When they arrived at the campus, each student received a care package that included an Edinboro University drawstring bag filled with goodies.

Students then broke off into their classes attending 30-minute demonstrations in animation, metalpoint, ceramics, illustration and studio photography.

The students also attended 90-minute workshops in animation, figure drawing, metalsmithing, digital painting, ceramics, forensic illustration and wooden spoon creation.

Students visited the university with teachers, Stephanie Baker and Brandy Fuller.

“They loved the hands-on activities, being in an actual college studio, meeting college art students and professors, and seeing a campus in action,” said Mrs. Baker. “Because of this field trip, some of our students are looking into coming to the Edinboro University Open House and possibly even attending the university next year!”


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