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Pine-Richland Student Art on Display at Pine Community Center

Pine-Richland's art department has started a new collaboration with Pine Community Center. Art teachers Mrs. Angeloff (Middle School), Mrs. Tronetti (Eden Hall), Mrs. Jankowski (Wexford and Hance) and Mrs. Laslavic (Richland and Hance) selected 2D student artwork from first through eighth grades to display in the community center along the track level. The art department aims to make community connections to showcase student art for the benefit of both students and the community as a whole. 

Through their In-Depth Program Review (IDPR), the art department developed a goal of connecting with the community to benefit both students and the art department. Because many community members do not have an opportunity to see student art, our art teachers wanted to ensure that the entire community had an opportunity to stop in and see what students are creating. 

Other similar efforts include elementary art students painting Pine Township snow plows last year. High school art students will paint a mural for the township bike tunnel.

Mrs. Angeloff’s eighth graders’ artwork is based on cultural research, and the designs are based on the elements and principles of design in conjunction with National Visual Art Standards. Media used includes colored pencil, marker and selected paper. 

Artists on display include: 

  • Alyssa Baculik
  • Madison Began
  • John English
  • Abigail Hengelsberg
  • Gavin Mastro
  • Gilanny Matos Nunez
  • Jackson Naik
  • Laila Robinson
  • Alexander Roccia
  • Ashley Wees
  • Ava Wenzel