EAST HELENA HIGH SCHOOL

Victoria Curtiss
EHHS Art Teacher

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On May 25 East Helena High School presented an art show. Below are some compilation photos of various works. Click each image to expand

East Helena Public Schools Adult Education ~ Ceramic/Pottery Class
Instructor Victoria Curtiss, EHHS Art Teacher (pictured)

Ceramic / Pottery Class:
For the past six weeks (Thursday nights, April 14, 21, 28, and May 5,12,19 from 6 pm to 8 pm in the Pottery Room) East Helena High School conducted its first adult education program for the East Helena Community. I decided to take this class for a number of reasons. Here are my thoughts on how the class went:
My first impression when entering the school for the first time was how beautiful and clean the new building is. The ceramic/pottery room is a state-of-the-art facility: lots of room, huge windows for plenty of light, two new, large kilns, and ample tools and supplies for students.
The instructor was Victoria Curtiss and for her knowledge of the subject and for her patience with the students, she gets 5 stars in my opinion.
All in all, I look forward to seeing what other courses East Helena High School Adult Education offers in the future.

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East Helena High School Art Show
Art / Photography / Ceramics Instructor: Victoria Curtiss

As the school year comes to an end here at East Helena High School we want to take time to celebrate great things students have done in the visual arts classrooms. The EHHS Art Show is the perfect showcase for the public, teachers, parents and fellow students to see all of the work displayed proudly.

On May 25, we displayed art made in various classes, Drawing Painting, Photography, Beginning Pottery and Pottery 2. We have some great talent here at EHHS and it can be easy to fly under the radar as an artist. Having this show case helps the entire community see those silent students who need to have a chance to shine in their own talents. Thank you to all those who took the time to come and see the student work. If you missed this time be sure to check the show out in December and again next May.