Leesburg, Va. (December 1, 2014) – The next installation at the Leesburg Town Exhibit Hall will feature work from graphic communication students at Monroe Technology Center. The exhibit will be on display from December 5, 2014, through the end of February 2015. There will be an opening night reception with light refreshments at the First Friday opening on December 5, 2014, from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
The work featured is from Pam Smith’s graphic communication classes. Graphic communications is a two-year program offered to 11th and 12th grade students and introduces students to the graphic communication industry. This program provides technical training in design and digital imaging. The second year of the program emphasizes production with advanced training using various pieces of equipment and software applications. Digital imaging, customer service skills, employment, and job seeking skills are covered as well.
The graphic communication students from Monroe Technology Center who will be displaying work at the Leesburg Town Exhibit Hall are Mariah Brodbeck, Willy Clair, Stephanie Frehn, Oscar Galan, Gustavo Garcia, Timmy Harris, Julia Hamilton, Maria Herrera, Zoe Hundertmark, James Laman, Rachel Levinrad, Colin Pack, Chris Routt, Tara Sbitany, Olivia Sanders, Arcadia Santana, Austin Weber, Dylan White, and Jackson Whitehouse.
Monroe Technology Center is located in Leesburg, Virginia, and part of the Loudoun County Public School System. It is an instructional center that serves as the site for twenty-six Career and Technical Education elective courses. The instructional focus is to prepare students with the knowledge and skills for a wide range of careers requiring varying levels of education from high school to post-secondary and beyond. Monroe Technology Center integrates academics with career exploration in diverse fields that are constantly evolving due to the changing global economy.
The Leesburg Town Exhibit Hall (LTEH) features rotating exhibits by Leesburg and Loudoun artists. The LTEH’s next exhibit will be in March 2015 with Laura Mazer exhibiting her pastels and oil paintings. Artists interested having their work considered for a future exhibit in the Leesburg Town Exhibit Hall should contact Anne Geiger, staff liaison to the Commission on Public Art, at firstname.lastname@example.org.