Art students display their creativity

Edward Milne community school artists to show at Sooke Fine Arts Show

  • Jun. 12, 2013 3:00 p.m.

One of the works of art by EMCS students.

This year’s art pieces at Edward Milne community school came from the Visual Art classes and Wood Working classes, and were selected to include as many students as possible. The wide selection also includes a wide variety of projects.

The art show works in collaboration with EMCS’s annual performance called “Tick Tock,” and the performance includes students from Musical Theatre senior and junior classes, Film class, the EMCS Tech Team, Journey Musical Theatre. Props were made by the Senior Sculpture class.

The visual art pieces will be on display at the “Sooke Fine Arts Show” in the bistro area and many will be available for sale.

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