Archer Artists' Work Displayed Across California

Archer artists are being recognized for their work statewide. From being featured in L.A. production design to having their artwork on display around the Bay Area, Archer students are making a splash this fall. 
Leah A. '22 was the single artist chosen and commissioned by L.A.’s 24th Street Theatre to produce a total of 30 drawings for their upcoming production, "Rapunzel Alone," which is being produced in association with The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills. Leah’s drawings will be a featured part of the design element for the audio play and stage production. 
Three Archer students, Lizette G. ‘23, Nina S. ‘22, and Presley S. ‘22 - as well as alum Alexa Batty ‘21 - will have their photography exhibited this month through spring 2022 at The Presidio in San Francisco as a part of their Presidio Tunnel Tops opening. The show will take place at locations surrounding the future Presidio Tunnel Tops area, where visitors can see the progress on the new trails, overlooks, and play areas while enjoying the show.

Photo by: Presley S. '22
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