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Berkshire High School Art Projects Share Hope at Hospitals During School Closure



Berkshire High and Junior High School art students have found a way to continue their creative expressions while helping those most in need during the school closure period. As part of a community art project, messages of hope were created by students and shared with those who may be spending a little extra time in the care of hospitals, nursing homes and other health facilities. The idea was for students to share messages of gratitude to those serving during this unprecedented. These images will also be shared with local nursing homes as a way of uplifting their spirits. The junior and senior high school art students created an inspirational artwork to share with our community in the medium of their choice.  This project gave a real-life experience to creating artwork with meaning or a purpose and it also gave the students the freedom to express themselves in a way that suits their interests too.  These art students have been inspired by art teacher, Amy Alvord. Congratulations on everyone involved in helping to make the days of others in our community a little brighter.

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