The Harrison School for the Arts annual showcase at the Polk Museum of Art presents the work of graduating seniors from the visual arts department.
The Lois Cowles Harrison Center for the Visual and Performing Arts offers an enriched arts education for high school students with a demonstrated talent in the arts. The program develops both the academic and artistic skills of students interested in artistic careers as well as an appreciation of the arts for those who may choose other fields. Students are dually-enrolled in Lakeland High School for their academic classes, which is adjacent to the Harrison campus.
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website