FSHS students complete mural project with artist Andee Rudloff
FRANKLIN, Ky. – One high school in Kentucky is giving its students a lesson in creativity and unity.
Students of all abilities used art to brighten their halls but also to learn more about work development.
Franklin-Simpson High School students joined artist Andee Rudloff as they put the finishing touches on their mural project.
They began designing on Monday and Wednesday.
The murals consist of many representations of career pathways and class offerings at FSHS.
Those include the agriculture department, early childhood development, welding and masonry and more.
An arts inclusion grant and a partnership between FSHS and VSA Kentucky made the mural project possible.
VSA Kentucky’s goal is to provide opportunities in the arts for children and adults with disabilities.
The mural project at FSHS is just one example of this.
The five murals are located in the career and technical education department’s hallway.
Rudloff also visited Lost River Cave Elementary School Thursday for a similar project.