SLIDESHOW: Framingham High Presents We Are Many Colors Exhibit

FRAMINGHAM – Framingham High senior Ann-Danielle Aka was inspired by Hampton Beach to create her multi-media, self-portrait for the We Are Many Colors / Somos Muchos Colores / Nos Somos Muitas Coresexhibit at Central office of Framingham Public Schools.

The special art exhibit was created by the Framingham High School Art Club & National Art Honor Society present.

The special art exhibit contains original pieces that portray concept and mood within a celebration of multiculturalism and diversity with the local and greater community.

“These art pieces create an opportunity for students to present their global citizenship – appreciating and embodying the idea that art has the power to change lives and improve our community, and our world,” said the public school district.

Framingham High senior Casey Libuda has three pieces in the exhibit. Each animated face has a different color and a different expression.

There are sculptures, watercolors, and multi-media pieces that line the hallways of Framingham Public School administration in the Perini building.

Exhibited Artists Include: (* = National Art Honor Society member)

  • Anne Aka*
  • Morica Balcos*
  • Elliot Balboni
  • Isabelle Blais
  • Hadley Calder*
  • Tiago Campos
  • Penelope Castoreno*
  • Maddy Claxton
  • Jenny Cruzado
  • Angela DiDio*
  • Kyle Downing
  • Amanda Falcao
  • Shannon Gallagher
  • Kelsie Geiser* 
  • Kirandeep Khela*
  • Casey Libuda*
  • Eudika Martinez
  • Anna Mendes
  • Mame-Diarra Ngom
  • Kayleigh O’Connor
  • Aurelio Pabon, Jr.
  • Yanisa Panyasai
  • Rubab Raja
  • Nandini Ray
  • Jenna Reidl*
  • Andrew Steinberg
  • Mackenzie Verdini
  • Annais Weis


Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

Susan Petroni Framingham Source Editor Email: Phone: 508-315-7176

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