Tecumseh High School showcases artwork from students every year during an art show. For one year, things have changed up a little bit.
The 2020-2021 Art Show is going virtual. A pandemic will not stop students from letting their creativity shine. Tecumseh High School is hosting a virtual art show, keeping with an annual tradition to present student artwork.
Even though this school year has been hard, students at Tecumseh Public Schools have persevered through COVID-19 and have been exercising their imaginations and creativity. It was difficult to envision a different kind of art show, but a virtual show will meet the needs of THS students and community by digitally showcasing student work.
‘We are extremely proud of our students and their perseverance to learn and grow as artists during a pandemic,’ said art instructors Christine Obeid and Jacqueolynn Whiteley.
This year's show will still be fantastic, and the show will be virtually online on Tecumseh Public Schools district website from May 18 through next school year.
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2020-2021 Virtual Art Show