LHS art students create murals for Liberty bus depot

Art students stand in front of a wall of muralsWe’re proud of our Libety High School Advanced Studio students, who recently completed murals for the Liberty Bus Depot utilizing Sullivan Renaissance awards to finance the collaboration.

The murals, which celebrate the changing seasons, will be mounted in the spring with a reception to follow. Stay tuned for the date!

Winter

  • Jimenez, Darlyn
  • Rebolledo, Hennesi
  • Juliua Gorr

Spring

  • Camille Rodriguez
  • Tessa Nettleton

Summer

  • Liam Keaveney
  • Alyssa Slater
  • Darius Martin

Fall

  • Christy Leal
  • Andralyn Lagattuta
  • Madeline Kosto

Liberty Sign

  • Bryan Ramirez
  • Adriana Pomales

Sculpture

  • Zoe Sisselman
  • Eboni Penn Cosentino
  • Kymani Dennis
  • Annalyse  Holbert

Spanish class learns traditions, cultural importance, of Dia de los Muertos

sugar skulls and a cake
Students in Ms. Canola’s Spanish class decorated sugar skulls and a traditional pan de muerto.

Students in Ms. Canola’s Grade 8 Spanish class learned the cultural significance of Dia de los Muertos, an important Mexican holiday dedicated to the remembrance of family and friends who have died.

The rituals and celebrations associated with Dia de los Muertos begin Oct. 31 and continue through Nov. 2.
The class created sugar skulls – which signify the sweetness of life –  made cookies, and decorated a pan de muerto, the celebration’s traditional cake.

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