An exhibition of Massachusetts' students, grades 8 to 12, whose writing, poetry, artwork, and photography are featured in The Massachusetts High School Magazine of the Arts.
The Marble Collection, nonprofit publisher of the Massachusetts High School Magazine of the Arts, announces its Pop-Up Gallery at the Boston City Hall, showcasing the works of its published Massachusetts teen artists and writers from November 1, 2017 through November 30, 2017,
The Pop-Up Gallery is an exhibition of Massachusetts' students, grades 8 to 12, whose writing, poetry, artwork, and photography are published in The Marble Collection's award-winning online and print magazine. The exhibition is free and open to the public and will reside on the 3rd floor/main lobby of City Hall from 8:30am to 5:00pm daily.
Teens, their families and friends, educators, and members of the community at large are invited to attend. Reservations are not required; however, if you RSVP, The Marble Collection will send you a complimentary copy of the latest Spring 2017 edition of the Massachusetts High School Magazine of the Arts.
The Marble Collection Executive Director, Deanna Elliot, explains, "Our published teens are thrilled to exhibit their works at City Hall. Our Pop-Up Galleries help our teens reach audiences that otherwise would not see their work. This experience not only strengthens our teens' confidence and artistic competence, but it also helps them to build their resumes, applications, and portfolios for college and career."