2014 HAT Institute Gets Messy: July 3 Exhibit

| June 30, 2014
Join the artists of HAT (Hands-on Art Training) on Thursday, July 3, from 4-6 p.m., when they will exhibit the artwork created during this two-week session.

Join the artists of HAT (Hands-on Art Training) at the Hunt Gallery on Thursday, July 3, from 4-6 p.m., when they will exhibit their artwork.

This summer’s HAT (Hands-on Art Training) Institute for high school students is underway and things are getting messy–in a great way. Now in its fifth year, HAT allows young artists a chance to work intensively with Webster University’s undergraduate art and art education students, recent BFA graduates, and the best of the Department of Art, Design and Art History faculty. Director Carol Hodson describes the two week long program as “bungee jumping for the brain.”

“This is not a ‘summer  camp’,” says recent BFA Hannah Deitring, who co-taught a session. “HAT is the real deal, artists at various stages of their career getting down in the studio, and making genuine art.”

HAT Art Exhibit July 3

Join the artists of HAT on Thursday, July 3, from 4-6 p.m., when they will exhibit the artwork created during this two-week session in the Hunt Gallery in the Visual Arts Studio of Webster University. “I believe it will be the strongest HAT exhibit yet,” said Hodson. Call 314-757-7365 for more information.

Now in it’s fifth year, HAT allows young artists a chance to work intensively with Webster University’s undergraduate art and art education students, recent BFA graduates, and the best of the Department of Art, Design and Art History faculty.

Carol Hodson with HAT artists.

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