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Art Club holds interactive monthly meeting

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Avery Augustine

Hays High School’s Art Club held a meeting during PRIDE Time on Thursday, Feb. 13.

At the meeting, the members who attended participated in an interactive drawing activity. A random prompt was generated, and everyone drew their interpretation of it. At the end, those who wanted to share showed their drawings to the rest of the members.

“I enjoyed that we were all able to come together to work on something,” junior Art Club member Samara DeWitt said. “I would like to do similar activities in the future because it allows you to see the different art styles and perspectives people have when given the same prompt.”

In the coming weeks, Art Club will prepare for Fort Hays State University’s Art Day, which is April 17. Students who attend Art Day can prepare new artwork or bring old artwork to display at Gross Memorial Coliseum, along with works brought by students from other schools. There are also opportunities for students to tour different departments and buildings at Fort Hays.

“I am excited to see what other people show and to present some of my own art as well,” junior Art Club officer Jayden Hinrichs said. “I love seeing other people’s ideas and what inspires them.”

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Reagan Bates, Asst. Copy Editor
Hi! My name is Reagan Bates, and I’m currently a junior. I’m involved in Knitting Club, StuCo, Leadership Team, Senior Pen Pals and Environmental Club.

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