AP Students Show Off Art Talent and Skill

Kinsley Thurston, Convergence Media Editor

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Artists Tanaiya Aldridge and Kalah Maree discussed their art and did live demonstrations in the gallery yesterday.  They are submitting their portfolios to the Advanced Placement College Board today.

Each AP student is required to submit 12 breathes, any work they have done during the course, and 12 pieces from their own chosen area of concentration. Maree said she was recreating childhood drawings for her AP concentration, for example.

Artsit Kalah Maree smiling next to her artwork.

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