The Northwestern Mutual Art Gallery will debut “Triangulation:
Locating Creative Perspectives at Three Milwaukee Area High Schools” on Friday,
March 21. The exhibition, which features the work of local high school
students, will open with a free public reception from 5 -7 p.m.
“Triangulation” represents the creative innovations of
visual arts students from Ronald Reagan High School, Shorewood High School, and
Homestead High School. The leadership and unique perspectives of their teachers
and mentors are also evident in these works.
If the students and their teachers represent two sides of a
triangle, the third side that completes the link is Stritch, itself. The high
schools’ art faculty are alumni from Stritch’s Master of Visual Studies
program. The opportunity to exhibit their students’ work has brought the
faculty back to their own place of learning.
The exhibition will be on display until April 20.
The Northwestern Mutual Art Gallery is open Monday –
Saturday, from noon -4 p.m.
Admission is free.