COLUMBIA — Drawing on apathy, alienation, addiction and the looming specter of death, the students in Sharyn Hyatt-Wade's art class at Rock Bridge High School have created mixed-media pieces on a political topic of their choosing. Some drew from experience, some from beliefs. Some, such as junior Bryan Tweeddale, chose subjects they didn't care much about; he went with the crumbling economy. Art helped him find conviction.
Students find meaning in politics through art
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