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CSC art students collaborate with seventh grade students | News







Chadron Art class photo

Chadron State College students in Printmaking I (ART 225), taught by Professor Laura Bentz, pose April 25, 2024, next to a print they created in collaboration with 17 Chadron seventh-graders in CSC alumna Whitney Tewahade’s art class. From left to right: Mackenzie Carlson of Trenton, Neb., Amber Lange of Eustis, Neb., Marissa Borchard of Sidney, Neb., Allison Acosta of Oro Valley, Ariz., Maya Goss of Cheyenne, Wyo., and Madison Kinney of Gering , Neb. Not pictured: Angellyse Perez and Michael Rosebraugh.




In late April, Chadron State College students in Printmaking I (ART 225) led a two-day activity with 17 seventh graders in CSC alumna Whitney Tewahade’s art class at Chadron Middle School. CSC art professor Laura Bentz said the collaboration allowed the younger students to experience the process of screen printing, interact with students and think about the possibility of going to college.

The CSC students were Allison Acosta of Oro Valley, Ariz., Marissa Borchard of Sidney, Neb., Mackenzie Carlson of Trenton, Neb., Maya Goss of Cheyenne, Wyo., Madison Kinney of Gering, Neb., Amber Lange of Eustis, Neb., Angelyse Perez of Newcastle, Wyo., and Michael Rosebraugh of Wichita, Kan.

“For the CSC students, it is a great opportunity to demonstrate and teach one of the art-making processes they learned during the semester and participate in a service-learning project,” Bentz said. “When the group effort panels were completed, they were cut into smaller pieces and distributed to each participant.”

This is the second year that Tewahade and Bentz have worked on the collaboration. Bentz said they plan to make it an annual event.

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