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Portfolio 2024

The Huntington Museum of Art presents the work of Tri-State high school and middle school art students in the Portfolio 2024 exhibit, “We are very pleased with the participation in this year’s exhibit that gives high school and middle school art students a chance to exhibit their work in a museum setting while building a portfolio for advanced study,” said HMA Education Director Cindy Dearborn.

START | April 13, 2024

END | May 12, 2024

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The Huntington Museum of Art presents the work of Tri-State high school and middle school art students in the Portfolio 2024 exhibit, which is on view from April 13 through May 12, 2024. The free opening reception for this exhibit takes place on Saturday, April 13, from 2 to 4 p.m.

“We are very pleased with the participation in this year’s exhibit that gives high school and middle school art students a chance to exhibit their work in a museum setting while building a portfolio for advanced study,” said HMA Education Director Cindy Dearborn.

There are 176 student artworks featured in this year’s exhibit. Participating West Virginia schools include Buffalo Middle School; Cabell Midland High School; George Washington Middle School; Hamlin PK-8; Huntington High School; Kermit PK-8; Lincoln County High School; Logan High School; Mason County Career Center; Our Lady of Fatima; Point Pleasant Junior/Senior High School; Sherman High School; and Tolsia High School. Participating Kentucky schools include Boyd County High School; Paul G. Blazer High School; Russell Middle School; and Russell High School. Ohio’s participating school is Ironton High School.

This exhibit is presented with support from the City of Huntington Mayor’s Council for the Arts.

This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History, and the National Endowment for the Arts, with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts.
Header: Emil Carlsen (American, b. Denmark, 1853-1932), Detail of The Heavens Are Telling, ca. 1918. Oil on canvas. Gift of Ruth Woods Dayton, 1967.1.47. Photo by John Spurlock. This artwork is featured in The Daywood Collection: Paintings & Sculptures exhibit through February, 11, 2024.