Living in the Shadows
FRESNO, California (KFSN) -- Local high school students have created works of art helping viewers follow the journey of an undocumented immigrant.
The art exhibit titled "Living in the Shadows," is based on the work of nearly 700 McLane students during the past school year.
The exhibit on display at Arte Americas in Downtown Fresno includes poetry, landscapes, sculpture, music and drama, as well as the personal stories of McLane High students.
It also includes a mixed-media art project depicting a replica of the U.S. Mexico border fence and allows viewers to follow the journey of an undocumented immigrant through the hostile desert.
The project involved seven teachers and encouraged cross-curricular learning in art, English language art, theater, digital media, Spanish and biology.
"Living in the Shadows" exhibit on display now through August.
1630 Van Ness Ave.
Wednesday-Saturday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Sunday, 1-5 p.m.
- Large fire guts warehouse southeast of Fresno 7 min ago
- One person dead in Northwest Fresno accident
- Report: Ukraine base in Crimea under siege
- AP: FBI investigates prison company
- Valley veteran surprised with Purple Heart
- Photos: Chef Shayna Shareable Recipes
- Albertsons parent Cerberus to buy Safeway
- Safeway to pay $2.25 million to settle lawsuit
- Girl Scout Cookie dessert recipes
- Dustin Gran murder trial gets underway in Modesto
- Unemployment rises to 6.7 percent in February
- Fresno County veteran receives national award
- Woman fatally struck by vehicle on Highway 180
- Fresno cracks down on stolen shopping carts