Broughton students selling art to help school

February 17, 2013 

Mary Katherine Fagan, a student in Broughton High School’s Visual Art IV Honors class, shows linoleum block prints like the ones that will be on display at Raleigh’s Roundabout Art Collective this week for a “World Views” show that is aimed at raising money for the school’s visual art department.

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Art students from Broughton High School are selling linoleum block prints at an exhibition at Raleigh’s Roundabout Art Collective to raise money for the school’s visual art department.

The prints will be on display Wednesday through Sunday, with a silent auction and refreshments on hand from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Friday. The show, titled “World Views,” will feature the students’ artwork alongside that of Roundabout Art Collective artists and local artists who are donating their work to the sale.

The Broughton students showing their work are Rebecca Babb, Nusly Carbajal, Brieda Carter, Corinne Carter, Abby Collins, Justin Davis, Mary Katherine Fagan, Lily Graves, Lucas Jones, Annika Meulink, Salem Robinson and Grace Van Dyk from the school’s Visual Art IV Honors class and Fiona Dunn, Syeda Khadri, Hyang Lee and Anna Tregurtha from the International Baccalaureate Diploma Higher Level Visual Art class. The money raised will help the department buy art supplies for student use.

The Roundabout Art Collective is at 305 Oberlin Road in Raleigh.

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