Tag: Memory Project

MSD art students participate in the memory project for Russian orphans

MSD art students participate in the memory project for Russian orphans

Seventeen select art students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have been working on an art assignment titled The Memory Project. Each student received a child’s picture from an orphanage in Russia to draw and color. For weeks, the advanced artists utilized time at home […]

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Junior Olivia Blaker poses with her realistic drawing of a dog.

January’s Artist of the Month: Olivia Blaker

Olivia Blaker, a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, has been doing art her whole life. She was born in Stony Brook, New York and moved to South Florida when she was a baby. Ever since then, she has grown up in the Parkland […]

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MSD students create portraits for impoverished teens

MSD students create portraits for impoverished teens

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School 2D art students, lead by art teachers Jacqueline Lieberman and Randee Lombard participated in the annual Memory Project. This year students drew portraits of children in the Philippines who are living in an impoverished environment.   The Memory Project […]

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Students create memories for global youth

Students create memories for global youth

The Memory Project is a nonprofit organization founded in 2004 by Ben Schumaker, who originally volunteered at orphanages in poor countries. With the program, art teachers and students make portraits for children in different areas of the world who have encountered misfortunes such as abuse, […]

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