After a 15-year hiatus, Laguna Beach High School student art returns to Sawdust

Student, Riley Gapp takes photos with her mother presenting her two pieces, “3 Layer Marble Sandwich” and “3 Arch Coast”. Photo courtesy of Laguna Beach Unified School District

Twenty-three students from Laguna Beach High School had the opportunity to exhibit their work at the 2022 Sawdust Art Festival.

The installation includes a variety of media, from sculpture to photography. Somer Selway, a high school ceramics teacher, hosted a short reception for families and students on June 25.

Student Riley Gapp proudly displayed his sculptures titled “3 Layer Marble Sandwich” and “3 Arch Coast” to family and friends.

“We would like to thank our amazing VAPA teachers and the Sawdust Festival team for the opportunity to collaborate and showcase the talent of these young artists,” Supt. Jason Viloria said in a press release. “We are proud of our exceptional artistic program at LBUSD and any chance to showcase the talent of our students.”

Laguna Beach High School’s award-winning performing arts programs provide comprehensive training and performance opportunities in music, dance, and drama. Classes are led by professors who are accomplished in their field.

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