Art Beyond TL is an enrichment program made possible by AE@TL in partnership with with our art teachers, visual art students, TL Art Boosters, and local arts organizations.  Many thanks to our primary community partner Art Works Downtown for sponsoring our student exhibitions archived below:

What's New:

Annual Spring TL Art Student Exhibition 2018

 In light of the California fires, immigration issues that many of our high school students and their families are facing in the context of the recent polarizing political and social change, TL Art students explore and question the meaning of Home and Refuge and Sanctuary. Home is often seen as a place of refuge or sanctuary, but sometimes it's not. Where do we look for solace then? Where do we find peace, quiet and a place to reflect or to get away from problems or stresses? Where do we feel safe?  Is that a place, or an activity?

We invite you to TL's  Annual Spring Student Art Exhibition at Art Works Downtown, a non-profit art center in San Rafael, CA.

 “Home, Refuge, Sanctuary.”
March 9 – April 10 at Artworks Downtown,
1337 Fourth St., San Rafael, between C St and D St.

Opening reception as part of 2nd Friday Art Walk, Friday, March 9th, 5-pm.

This exhibition is sponsored by the Art Beyond TL program developed by Academic Excellence at TL along with our generous community partner, Art Works Downtown

See How Much Fun We Had at the Opening Reception!


Exhibition Archive

Spring 2017

Giving Voice: Identity, Issues, Ideals
March 10-April 8, 2017

Opening Reception--March 10, 2017 from 5- 8p.m. Underground Gallery at Art Works Downtown, 1337 Fourth Street, San Rafael.

TL Visual Art Students give voice through drawing, painting, photography, and ceramics to themes of identity, issues, and ideals in this time of change and uncertainty.

 

Spring 2016

Metamorphosis explores the natural environment and personal perceptions of our students, and the inter-connectedness of their changing world. Transformation, alteration, and adaptation are explored in works created in a variety of media by the Visual Art Students at Terra Linda High School.              


Spring 2015

2d + 3d= Art presents ceramics and works on paper created by visual arts students at TL.  This exhibition launched our Art Beyond TL program in partnership with Art Works Downtown.