BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. -- Briarcliff Manor families were invited to get their hands dirty during a special Interactive Art Night at Briarcliff Middle School in April.
For the first time, the art department showcased student art work in the hallways of the middle school and encouraged visitors to create their own works of art.
“Student ambassadors helped explain the steps involved and assisted as needed,” said art teacher Jessica Dubin.
Students have used a wide variety of materials and methods in creating their art work this year, including pottery, computer design, stamping, drawing, painting and more.
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