GlenOak student art, Canton Symphony rocks Beatles, Vox Audio shines

GlenOak High School recently held its student art show. Artwork on display included this piece by Grace Nelson.

GlenOak student art shines

During the intermission of Saturday’s Sing Stark! Vox Audio performance, I thoroughly enjoyed an eclectic student art exhibit at GlenOak High School.

A theatre hallway was filled with imaginative artwork, including paintings, chalk pastel, ceramics and more that was on display last week.

GlenOak High School held its student art show last week. Pieces including paintings, drawings, ceramics and mixed-media artwork, including a chalk pastel work by A. Mundell.

Artwork included portraits of President John F. Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe and other icons. Animal-themed paintings and ceramic pieces also were showcased.

Among those recognized for their artwork were Aliyah Priest as the scholastic Gold Key winner, and Olivia Crowl as the Scholastic Silver Key winner.

This was among the winning art pieces showcased at GlenOak High School's student art show last week. Pieces included this mixed-media work by Aliyah Priest.

Canton Symphony rocks Beatles

The Canton Symphony Orchestra and Jeans n’ Classics paid tribute to The Beatles during an exuberant concert Saturday featuring the entire “Abbey Road” album.

For the first time in two years, the London-based Jeans n’ Classics joined the Canton Symphony Orchestra in both honoring and reimagining the music of an iconic band or artist. Past shows have featured the music of Michael Jackson, Queen, David Bowie and Prince.

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