Cranbrook Art Museum is thrilled to host the Cranbrook Kingswood Teen Art Council’s exhibition, Student ID, in Forum Gallery. The exhibition will be open during regular museum hours through June 2, 2022.

From the Teen Art Council –

As Cranbrook students, we are handed a new student ID on orientation day. This signifies the start of a new academic year; a fresh start for all students. This card contains our ID number, a barcode, a picture, a name and the title of the school. For the next year, we utilize the card for a numerous amount of tasks. However, at the end of the academic year, we give up that particular piece of plastic, receiving a new one next fall.

Each work exhibited in Student ID expresses the cyclic nature of identity, whether it’s presented more literally through a vast amount of circles or deals with a figurative introspective challenge.

Student ID showcases some of the Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School’smost talented artists.

Class of 2022

Julia Xiang-Wang, Riley Klein, Angel Harris, Gabriella Secontine, Ava Ergin, Alysa Shi, Tuna Engin, Lily Heald, Mia Tilli, Ani Hefter, Ally Franklin, Nik Post, Elizabeth (Ella) Bousamra, Coco Catallo, Oliver Brown

Class of 2023

Sabrina Smith, Luke Shen, Nguyễn Ngọc Gia Khang (Henry), Veena Bulusu, Maeve Heaphy, G. Quin, Lily Klemmer, Kaelin Behlmer

Class of 2024

Hannah Reschak

Class of 2025

Sarah Klemmer, Fiona Sik, Angelina Kou, Daniel Michaelson

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