Every April, Marymount brims with artwork by students from every class—young and old alike. Classrooms, hallways, and temporary display walls are adorned with student work in nearly every possible medium including acrylic, pencil, pastel, clay, handmade paper, and recycled materials, just to name a few. Among the amazing creations include self-portraits, accordion books, dragons and other mythological beings made from paper, shoes made of clay, sculpture inspired by Gaudí, multi-media designs focused on social commentary, drawings that look to emotion, and collages made with a nod to Picasso. Some pieces were created using technology. The diverse collection represents the myriad of talent inherent in our students and the creative spirit that each one possesses.