highpoint_header_logo

LOOK/ SEE! 2005–2006

An exhibition of original prints made at Highpoint by metro-area students

  • Friday, May 5, 2006 from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
  • On View: May 5, 2006 – May 19, 2006

The LOOK/SEE! exhibit features prints made by metro-area students during the 2005–2006 school year.

Every year, Highpoint partners with dozens of area schools to share the fun of printmaking with Minnesota’s youth. Student visitors range in age from 8–18 and represent diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. In a typical school partnership, up to 25 students visit HP as a group and spend several hours learning about and creating prints. Monotype, drypoint, and relief printmaking are techniques of choice for these classes because of their immediacy and simplicity—with these methods, anyone can produce several prints in just an hour or two. The whole partnership can involve a single visit by the school, wherein the students concentrate on one type of print; or the school can visit Highpoint many times, enabling more students to try printmaking, or one group to sample a variety of print techniques.

This range of ages, backgrounds, partnerships, and types of printmaking are all represented in LOOK/SEE! We hope to see you there!

Featuring Young Artists From These Partnership Schools:

  • Belle Plaine High School
  • Calvin School
  • Como Park Elementary
  • El Colegio Charter School
  • Henry Sibley High School
  • Hopkins High School
  • Jackson Prep School
  • Jefferson School
  • Lucy Craft Laney Community School
  • Mississippi Creative Arts Magnet
  • North Star Elementary School
  • Orono High School
  • Perpich Center for Arts Education
  • St. Peter’s School
  • San Miguel Middle School
  • Southwest High School
  • Watershed High School
  • Wellstone International High School

LOOK/SEE is funded, in part, by grants from: The Carolyn Foundation, General Mills Foundation, Target Foundation, Patrick and Aimee Butler Family Foundation, St. Paul Travelers Foundation, Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Foundation, and Walt McCarthy and Clara Ueland.