Kamloops symphony working with high school students

Paintings inspired by music. Art Students from South Kamloops Secondary team up with the Kamloops Symphony Orchestra.

The Kamloops symphony has teamed up with art students from South Kamloops Secondary.

One of the pieces created by art students at South Kamloops Secondary for the Kamloops Symphony. (Submitted)

Music is art, so it stands to reason that artwork can be inspired by music. Students at South Kamloops Secondary found that out when they were presented with a challenge by the Kamloops Symphony. Could they produce 20 new paintings, inspired by Symphony's next concert?  Well, the concert is this weekend. 20 paintings are now up in the Sagebrush theater lobby. Daybreak's Doug Herbert went to take a look.

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