Wissahickon High School Art Invitational


About the Exhibition

This exhibition showcases the diverse and distinctive artmaking strategies embraced by Wissahickon High School students. This focused selection of artwork pays tribute to all the students and the passion they dedicate to exploring, questioning, processing, and creating. Students work in a wide array of media including acrylic paint, charcoal, digital art, photography, clay, and other materials.
Wissahickon High School, located in Ambler, serves about 1,350 students in grades nine through twelve. The art department offers a wide range of classes that foster students’ explorations in drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, graphic and web design, and ​3-dimensional expression. Under the guidance of the following art educators, students are inspired to develop their artistic voices and self-expression:
Christine Channick​
Candace LeClaire ​
Serene McLaughlin 
Maggie Oswald
Ian Williams ​
Scott Williamson 
  • Due to excessive heat warnings, Saturday Night Jazz on June 22, Tribute to Wilson Pickett and Otis Redding: Memphis Soul, will be held INDOORS. Seating will be provided by the Museum. No refreshments are permitted inside the building.