Posted on April 29, 2021
Categories: Arts

On April 29th, 2021 Strawberry Mansion High School’s Media Arts Career Pathway displayed digital artwork created by Mansion scholars during the global pandemic and virtual instruction. The large scale prints, mostly created in Google Drawing, included work inspired by famous artists like Andy Warhol, M.C. Escher, Faith Ringgold, and Georgia O’Keefe just to name a few.

Developed in 2019 by proud Principal McCracken, Frank Machos, SDP Arts Director, and Heather La Pera, instructor, The Media Arts Pathway, currently offers Visual Art, Graphic Design, and Photography with plans for expansion into videography next school year. All of the scholar art was sold for $10 and up, and over $250 was directly donated back to the pathway.

The Media Arts Department would like to thank all of those who came out in support of this event!