The Cornell Art Mentorship Program: Cornell Art Autumn Show

Blurry artist rendering of a hilly landscape with brightly colored mushrooms, three small houses, a cat, and a spider-like monster approaching from an orange background.

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The Cornell Art Mentorship Program is a brand new student-run opportunity created by B.F.A. seniors in Cornell's College of Art, Architecture, and Planning. The program offers an exclusive opportunity to high school students in the Ithaca area to showcase their work in Olive Tjaden Hall's exhibition spaces. Upon selection, the program offers professional documentation of students' works as well as provides a gallery space for a show. The program strives to create a professional experience for high school students where they can also ask questions about being an artist or anything that they may want to know in the art world.

This exhibition features work from Ithaca High School students and New Roots Charter School students. 

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