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OHHS Art/Design and the SOS Youth Art Exhibition

Posted on: March 5, 2021 2:00 pm

Congratulations to the following OHHS Painting and Mixed Media students who were recently selected to exhibit as a part of the Young Artists (Children/Youth) responses to the SOS ART Retrospective (2016-2020) Exhibition:

Sam Bradley
Olivia Burnett
Anna Caito
Isabel Catron
Alyssa Christian
Sydney Dance
Chloe Doerger
Bailey Drummond
Kelsey Gallagher
Daphne Glazer
Gabby Hancock
Kailee Hebert
Nancy Insubrucker
Skylei James
Sarah Klems
Raegan Louis
Rain Magrum
Abby Marcum
Ally Martini
Jessica Miller
Lucy Rankin
Mia Schorsch
Sophia Weber
SOS ART’s Mission is to promote, encourage and provide venues for the arts as vehicles for Peace and Justice and for a Better World. A major educational goal of SOS ART is to engage children/youth in the process by exposing them to issues of peace and justice, informing them, triggering their thinking and involving them in a dialogue about the issues. The purpose is to help introduce and internalize values of peace and justice in children/youth through the arts. The arts will serve as a starting point to discuss such issues and also as a way to actively engage children/youth through their own creative process in addressing them.

SOS ART used the opportunity of the ongoing SOS ART Retrospective exhibit with all its included messages on peace and justice by 90 artists to engage children/youth to actively take a part in it and add their voice to it. Children/youth were offered 3 art-related activities to engage in while visiting the exhibit in person or remotely from the comfort of their home. For those who were interested, the product of their art activities is being shared here in this online gallery. Our hope is that they will help continue the dialogue and reflection.

To view the Student Exhibition, visit: There are thumbnails of all the artworks submitted, each labeled with the artist’s name. Clicking on the thumbnail opens a page which has the image of the respective art piece with all its pertinent information. At the right and lower side of the page is a tab that allows, by clicking on it, to view a full size of the image; and at the bottom of the page is a comment case for the viewer to share thoughts, impressions, reflections, etc.