The Art Institute of California—San Diego Shines a Light on Community’s High School Teachers with Gallery Show
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The Art Institute of California—San Diego joins The Art Institutes system of schools across the nation in celebrating the talents of local high school arts and media educators with an April gallery show, “What Those Who Teach Can Do.”
“We’re honoring what educators in our community do by hosting their work in our gallery,” said Liz Erickson, president of The Art Institute of California—San Diego. “Teachers work tirelessly to cultivate the skills of our area’s high school students. The show is our way to shine a light on the talents they use every day to inspire.”
Select teachers from the following schools will have their work on display: San Pasqual High School, Hilltop High School and Patrick Henry High School.
The month-long exhibition marks the first nationwide effort by The Art Institutes to highlight the artistic works of local teachers. More than 45 locations of The Art Institutes in the United States will host “What Those Who Teach Can Do.”
The Art Institute of California—San Diego invites the public and family, friends and students of the artists to attend the reception at 7650 Mission Valley Road, San Diego, CA 92108 on Thursday, April 19 from 5 to 7pm at no charge. For more information, call the school at 858.598.1200.
Featured educators submitted their artwork, including but not limited to painting, mixed media, sculpture, ceramics, video, design, digital media, film, photography, illustration, fiber, and/or fiber arts, by entering online at http://aieducators.com/.
The Art Institutes (http://www.artinstitutes.edu/) is a system of more than 45 educational institutions located throughout North America. The Art Institutes schools provide an important source for design, media arts, fashion and culinary arts professionals. Several institutions included in The Art Institutes system are campuses of South University.See aiprograms.info for program duration, tuition, fees, and other costs, median debt, federal salary data, alumni success, and other important info.