Principal Nicole Sheard (L) and Art Show curator Rhonda Conry (R) pose in front of
students’ self portraits. They, along with a dedicated team of teachers and students,
made “One World” a great success.
The day, which was a fundraiser for the vitally important Topanga Enrichment Program, was the culmination of the students visual odyssey through the contemplation of a variety of global questions including: How are we different from other cultures? More importantly, How are we the same?
Jacob Yoon stood next to his “Perspective”
silver metallic photo under plexi glass
that he made in Mrs. Spire’s third grade
Although the projects ranged from painting to photography to mixed media collage, the show curated by Rhonda Conry was a cohesive experience that left visitors truly in awe of the wonderful young artists that Topanga is raising.
Tony Mata (L) and Milo Rupert (R) thought the exhibit “Surfing Around The World”
by Ms. Erin Saporta’s fifth graders, which featured mini balsa wood surfboards decorated
with decoupage and colored Sharpies, was way cool.