Last night marked the opening of the Spring Art Show at PA Leadership’s Center for Performing and Fine Arts (CPFA), located in West Chester, PA.

This 2017 spring exhibition features student artwork from each of the middle school and high school CPFA fine arts classes. Some highlights of the show include: photographic responses to the Holocaust, Andy Warhol-inspired paintings, “cyborg” graphic design works, as well as pastel, acrylic and watercolor landscapes. Also on display are wooden light sculptures and reed circle sculptures, along with uniquely inspired ceramic works.

The opening reception took place from 4:00 – 7:30pm, and the CPFA middle school and high school Jazz Band provided lively music for the evening.

CPFA is a cyber-blended pre-professional arts program for students in grades 6-12 enrolled here at PALCS. CPFA opened in the fall of 2005 and today has an enrollment of more than 200 middle and high school students. Students study four main disciplines: theatre, music, dance and fine arts.

Congratulations to all the CPFA students whose work is featured at the exhibit, it is such a wonderful display of their talent! Our students have such a wide range of talents and have worked so hard this year. We could not be more proud!