WILTON, Conn. -- Wilton's Edwin Hollingsworth is showcasing his work, along with the work of other students, in the AP Arts program at the Pomfret School.
Working in a variety of media, students in the AP Arts program at Pomfret School are seeing their best efforts showcased in "Portfolio," a group show at P.S. ART, the school's off-campus gallery located at the Silver Circle Gallery and Art Center in nearby Putnam.
The showcase will be on display through July 28. The exhibit includes paintings, sculptures, and digitally altered photographs--all deemed portfolio-worthy by the students enrolled in the year-long advanced arts classes, according to a press release.
Hollingsworth, a member of the Pomfret Class of 2015, was a member of the 2D photography class, and has a digitally altered photograph compilation on display.
Founded in 1894 and coeducational since 1968, Pomfret School is an independent college preparatory boarding and day school for 360 students in grades 9 through 12 and postgraduates. The school is set on 500 acres in the celebrated Last Green Valley of Northeastern Connecticut. It offers eight academic disciplines, 19 AP and 16 Honors courses, over 100 elective courses; 25 sports options, and numerous opportunities to participate in community outreach and service programs.
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