On the evening of May 16, a student-curated art show opened to the public at Yosemite High School. YHS senior Kailee Chase, shown here, and Caitlyn Burns curated the show “Beneath the Pit,” an artistic exploration of the impact of music on society. Chase stands in front of her own work entitled, “Hate and Love.”
On the evening of May 16, a student-curated art show opened to the public at Yosemite High School. YHS senior Kailee Chase, shown here, and Caitlyn Burns curated the show “Beneath the Pit,” an artistic exploration of the impact of music on society. Chase stands in front of her own work entitled, “Hate and Love.” Mysti Knudsen Special to the Sierra Star
On the evening of May 16, a student-curated art show opened to the public at Yosemite High School. YHS senior Kailee Chase, shown here, and Caitlyn Burns curated the show “Beneath the Pit,” an artistic exploration of the impact of music on society. Chase stands in front of her own work entitled, “Hate and Love.” Mysti Knudsen Special to the Sierra Star

YHS students curate art show ‘Beneath the Pit’

May 22, 2018 02:33 PM