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Emily Abbate, Staff-Writer

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Let out your secret love for Shakespeare and Van Gogh, and get ahold of this year’s $10 Montage. Montage is so jam-packed with art, writing and poetry, it will put your inner artisan to rest.

Ten to 15 students worked on Montage throughout the year, including an editorial staff and a layout staff and both choose which art and writing to put.

Montage showcases more than 60 pieces of art and writing made from the 2016-2017 school year students.

Montage normally doesn’t follow an exact theme, and instead it tries to capture more of a daily experience. It’s not huge striking art as it is just everyday, simple thoughts of art.

“This issue has much more of an eclectic kind of style, other than an exact theme,” said staff English teacher and Montage adviser Tyler Baas . “This one does a good job with balancing the amount of photography and drawn and painted art, which I think is sometimes challenging because we’re in the age that everyone is a photographer, so we’ll get like 200 photos and two paintings.”

This is a possibility that isn’t worth missing.

“Over 60 pieces of students art and writing that are written or drawn or painted by their peers, so it’s one of those opportunities where you don’t really understand the talent that exists in the world around you,” Baas said. “ By picking up a copy you have a better picture of the students you’re walking through the hallway with.”

If walking down to the Welcome Center is not convenient, email Baas and one of the students will deliver a copy. If not, come down Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday of next week before school to order one.  















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