Video: Undergraduate studio arts major helps local kids paint the town
October 27, 2014
Jett Hagy of Rural Retreat, Virginia, a senior majoring in studio art in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies at Virginia Tech, inspires creative expression in children while helping to build a sense of community in Blacksburg.
She works under the tutelage of Robin Scully Boucher, arts program director of the Perspective Gallery in the Squires Student Center. Learn more in this 90-second video story.
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