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photo by Amanda Ly

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    Earlier in October, the Art Department announced plans to renovate the school’s hallways by placing student art projects around the columns and on the walls. Students are beginning to notice these changes as the Digital Art students continue to decorate the metal columns on the first floor.

    So far, the student-created artwork that display impactful images are receiving positive feedback from staff, students and visitors.

   “I think the pillars look tight as mug. They make the lobby look a lot less boring and more colorful. They give me something to read and look at when I’m walking by in the halls. They’re sweet,” senior Lawrence Johnson said.

    Art teacher Jonathan Mann and his Digital Art students are leading this school wide project. Mann’s Digital Art classes are responsible for designing the posters in a way that will represent the character and diversity of the Springbrook student body.

   “Printing the posters isn’t an easy task. It takes about six hours to print one poster, so pretty much an entire school day. We’re probably going to be expecting a total of 16 column posters by Art Festival Night. We want people to walk in and see metal columns and see what Springbrook is really about. One of my favorite posters is the first one you see when you walk in. It greets you in every language! Unfortunately, we won’t be able to display all of the great designs we have. The process is tedious and slow, but worth it in the end,” Mann said.

    Investing a great deal of time and effort, Mann has been able to produce enough posters to cover most of the pillars in the front lobby. He is currently printing out more designs which will be displayed for students, parents, and teachers on Art Festival Night on Jan. 16.

    “I can’t wait to see the rest of the designs. They really do brighten up the school. I wish I had this opportunity while I was taking Digital Art my freshman year!” junior Julie Dang said.

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