NRWHS Art Students Create Portraits for Memory Project
A group of North Rose-Wolcott High School art students recently created portraits for children in India through the Memory Project!
The Memory Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting intercultural understanding and kindness between children around the world through school-based art programs. Over 280,000 youth in 55 countries have been involved with The Memory Project since 2004. North Rose-Wolcott High School has contributed portraits to this project for over 15 years.
This year, even in the most challenging of circumstances, 14 NRW students stepped up to create portraits for children in India. Thank you so much to the students who created portraits this year: Semaj Ford, Aleigha Penta, Mia Rowe, Elber Vasquez, Danielle Bray, Tori Cooper, Eryn Youngman, Geist Burke, Isabelle Widger, Autumn Cole, Sean Mahoney, Lauren Loveless, Abby Nelson, and Daniel Pascual.