Student art coming to Attorney General Nessel’s offices
DETROIT (AP) — Student artwork will be showcased in the Lansing and Detroit offices of state Attorney General Dana Nessel.
The artwork was part of the 82nd Detroit Public Schools Community District Student Exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
The art museum will select 35 of the 200 pieces that were part of the exhibition for display in the G. Mennen Williams Building in Lansing and Cadillac Place in Detroit through October.
Nessel said “the artistic expression of these exceptionally talented students is truly remarkable.”
The artists, their families and teachers are invited to a reception and special tour of the state Capitol building later this year.