Reduce | Reuse | Remake: A Recycled Art Show by the Students of the State College Area Middle and High Schools

Join us for the return of the annual, student recycled art show: Reduce | Reuse | Remake. Thanks to the creativity and ingenuity of the the students at the State College Area Middle and High Schools, the exhibition highlights the myriad thoughts students have about refuse and reuse through the transformation of used materials.

Inspired by the exhibition, Plastic Entanglements, at the Palmer Museum of Art in 2018, students continue to work with art teachers Julia Gold, Nicole Packer, Dustin Kendrick, and others, to create works for their own exhibition. Transformed materials from the past years have included  plastic bottles, books, string, and cardboard. Student creations include fantastical sculptures: Warhol-inspired soup cans, a saxophone, and underwater scenes. 

Visit Reduce | Reuse | Remake in the Betsy Rodgers Allen Gallery of Schlow Centre Region Library throughout the month of May.

Like the library this exhibition is free and open to the public.

No registration required