National Art Honor Society
The Wichita Falls High School chapter of the NAHS was put into place to act as an open forum for students to discuss their work. We get together and talk about our own work as well as everyone else's work. We think it is important to share and crituque each other, so we can learn from each other. Our work is featured in various local businesses, in hopes of further sharing our work with the public.
We have visited junior highs, as well as an upcoming tour of MSU's art department. We think it is important to share our knowledge with potential upcoming students as well as see what the future holds for us in the college art studio.
We spent Saturday, October 16th at the school re-painting paw prints that lead up to the school.
Membership is open to any WFHS student who is interested in art.
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On April 30 2010, we visited MSU's Art Department. Ceramics instructor, Steve Hilton walked with us and showed us the various studios and talked with us about some of the assignments as well as expectations of art students on the college level.
In the painting studio
In the print studio
During the Spring of 2010, WFHS member sof the NAHS met with several students from Rider to paint the totem pole in front of Pioneer on Maplewood. Pioneer made a generous donation to each art department for our comminity involvement.
Fall 2011 the NAHS decided to participate in the Can-A-Rama food drive.