Montague Regional High Students (l-r) Jer Spencer, Jeneya Matheson, Allana Johnson and Alana Campbell prepare for their exhibition Voices at Kings Playhouse in Georgetown, opening January 14.


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Voices, a group exhibition showcasing new works by art students from Montague Regional High School (MRHS), will open January 14 at Kings Playhouse in Georgetown.

Voices is a culmination of student work focusing on authentic voice in art. The pieces are reflective and representative of each individual student, presented through a variety of mediums.

“We’re so excited to be partnering with Montague Regional High School to provide a meaningful opportunity for students to experience a live art exhibition,” notes Haley Zavo, Executive Director at Kings Playhouse. “When emerging artists see their work on display for the public, it offers encouragement and inspiration. At Kings Playhouse, we’re committed to supporting the emerging artists in our community and helping them succeed.”

Voices will be on display at Kings Playhouse Gallery until February 11. Admission is free, but donations are gratefully accepted to support ongoing visual arts programming.