|The Catacombs by Krista Buder, Grade 12|
|Mussorgsky by Nicole Hanna|
Classical music has a remarkable capacity to inspire. With hopes of making connections through the arts, the Kamloops Symphony Orchestra approached the art department at South Kamloops Secondary with a unique opportunity to visually interpret a famous symphony. Pictures at an Exhibition, a musical work in 10 movements by Russian composer Modest Mussorgsky (1839-1881) was originally inspired by the artwork of his talented friend, Vicktor Hartmann (1834-1873). Investigating the six of the 10 remaining images, SKSS students embarked on a process of listening to the recorded 10 movements of the symphony and researching specific aspects for a personal art image.
|Free Range Eggs by Lyle Loveday, grade 11|
|City of Storms by Miranda McGhee|