San Diego Unified students showcase their creativity and artwork

San Diego Unified School District Headquarters is currently hosting a huge celebration of student creativity.

The area’s annual art exhibition features over 500 paintings, drawings, photographs, and other original works.

All of this was created by transitional kindergarten students through high school.

San Diego Unified students showcase their creativity and artwork

“The talent and creativity of our art students is amazing,” said Superintendent Dr. Lamont Jackson. “Each piece has a unique voice and vision. I am so proud of our students as well as our talented art teachers who provide both the tools and the creative space to allow individuality to flourish and flourish.”

Visual arts education, including the study and practice of traditional media (drawing, painting, and sculpture), is offered in middle, junior, and high schools throughout the district.

In elementary schools, teachers have the opportunity to use art to teach core subjects.

“The foundation of arts education is to help each student express themselves through the media of their choice,” said Russ Sperling, director of visual and performing arts. “But the real works of art are the students themselves.”

Fine art teachers presented the best of the best work of their students. Selected artworks are scattered along the walls and corridors of the Brooker Education Center in University Heights.

The temporary gallery is open to the public on weekdays until 6 April.

Some artworks are also available to view online via San Diego United website.

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