Youth Art Show Focuses on Burning Questions
A youth art show will feature digital works that provide hypothetical solutions for perplexing questions from the past, present and future.
More than 30 area youth ages 10 to 18 created this artwork—computer graphics, computer art, animation, mixed media, digital video and telecommunications—in the TeleCommunity Studio at Duquesne University. Through the TeleCommunity program, students from parochial schools and public schools in Pittsburgh, Mount Lebanon, North Allegheny and Plum, work with Duquesne University students on projects.
The Historical Mystery Network show culminates this summer program. To view some of the works and find more information about the program, which also operates during the school year, visit www.telecommunity.org.
When: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, July 24, and Friday, July 25
Where: Lobby of College Hall, Duquesne University Campus
Admission: Free and open to the public
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