Student artworks selected for Frist exhibit

Congratulations to student artists Kati Tong '25, Zinnia Nichols Loller '25, Jolie Booth '23, and Kaya Booth '22 whose art will be featured in an upcoming art exhibition.
Four USN art students' work will be featured in Frist Art Museum's annual Teens Take the Frist exhibition, June 18 – September 25, 2021. Kati Tong '25, Zinnia Nichols Loller '25, Jolie Booth '23, and Kaya Booth '22 each had work selected. 

A jury of Frist Art Museum curators and educators selected the artworks from a pool of submissions by teens from Cheatham, Davidson, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, and Wilson counties. The exhibition will be on view in the Frist's Upper-Level Education Corridor; the exhibition will be open and accessible to all ages. More, the works will be available to view online.
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