An artful ending |

An artful ending

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Summit Daily/Brad Odekirk

FARMER’S KORNER ” Art was in the air Thursday evening at Summit High School. Just before graduation, seniors were given the foyer to display their favorite art pieces over their high school career.

Artist statements from each student showing work gave insight into the pieces from classes ranging from studio photography, painting, ceramics, sculpture, metals and jewelry. SHS musicians played while attendants perused the showing.

Also Thursday, the Summit High video productions classes showed their final projects for the Tiger Fest student film festival in the auditorium. Teacher Scott Porter said the class, which also shows its work during the in-school morning announcements and a slot on SCTV, is a positive way to let the community relate to the high schoolers.

Thirty-one groups presented films.

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