Bradford High School Advanced Placement “Flash” Exhibit in downtown Kenosha…

by Mary C. Spence

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Wow! After viewing Bradford High’s Advance Placement Art Exhibition on April 25 in the school library last week, it appears that Bradford senior students not only have spunk, but they also have a tremendous amount of talent.

All one has to do is look at the art to get a glimpse into their lives and feel their emotions budding with youthful aspirations. The students were very engaging, proud of their work, willing to talk and of course let me take photos – of which I took a lot!

The art teachers have it right as they tap into the natural raw resource of our community’s youth. Art communicates what is happening in our world and in theirs, proving that art is what keeps the world talking to each other!

Sponsored by the Kenosha Art Association, the exhibit has moved into the streets of downtown Kenosha. So take a look around town this week in various places, such as the the City of Kenosha Municipal Building, KABA, KACVB, Library offices and various windows downtown, to catch a glimpse for yourself …but hurry, they move fast!

At the City of Kenosha Municipal Building:

  • Rachell Lang
  • Ellliott Thorne
  • Mariah Revels

At KACVB / Kenosha Public Library Offices

  • Adam Al Ashi
  • Sage Greenwood
  • Lizzy Gonzales
  • Rebecca Hawkins
  • Jassay Kerce
  • Taylor Tomczak
  • Katy Eschette
  • Sydney Maczulewski


  • Haley Hicks
  • Makeyzie Walker
  • Mitch Keesey
  • Cole Stout
  • Adam Al-Ashi
  • Mikey Geidner-Kirby
  • Eva Nemec
  • Jasmine Wright

50th Street & 7th Ave

  • Victoria Kwon
  • Sam McCumber
  • Krystal Romann
  • Sidney Radulavic
  • Kelsey Foertsch
  • Rebecca Hayes