Week in Photos: Defined by Fashion!

February 4, 2015

Ana Williams and her son, Ashton Williams look at art hung on the wall during the 11th annual Student Cultural Arts and Literary Program artist reception in celebration of Black History Month at the Sackler Art Gallery inside the Palace Theatre in Stamford, Conn., on Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015. Ashton, an eighth grader from Dolan Middle School, had a piece in the show that depicts the evolution of hip-hop fashion from the 1980's to today. This year's theme is "Defined by Fashion," which consisted of 180 students from area elementary, middle and high schools showing individual and cooperative pieces.

 

Valerie Cooper, a principal and fine art appraiser with Picture That Art Consultants - the sponsor of the event, speaks during the 11th annual Student Cultural Arts and Literary Program artist reception in celebration of Black History Month at the Sackler Art Gallery inside the Palace Theatre in Stamford, Conn., on Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015. This year's theme is "Defined by Fashion," which consisted of 180 students from area elementary, middle and high schools showing individual and cooperative pieces.

 

Ricardo Salas takes a photograph of his daughter, Allison Salas, posing with her Toquam Elementary School art teacher Erik Bieder during the 11th annual Student Cultural Arts and Literary Program artist reception in celebration of Black History Month at the Sackler Art Gallery inside the Palace Theatre in Stamford, Conn., on Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015. This year's theme is "Defined by Fashion," which consisted of 180 students from area elementary, middle and high schools showing individual and cooperative pieces.

 

Tara Goldberg and her daughter Ellie Goldberg look at art hung on the wall during the 11th annual Student Cultural Arts and Literary Program artist reception in celebration of Black History Month at the Sackler Art Gallery inside the Palace Theatre in Stamford, Conn., on Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015. This year's theme is "Defined by Fashion," which consisted of 180 students from area elementary, middle and high schools showing individual and cooperative pieces. Ellie, a senior at Stamford High School, had a mixed media piece on display that was influenced by and with beads from her uncle who used to work in Kenya.

 

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