A group of local students recently spent a night locked in the Wiregrass Museum of Art.
Four different teams worked on their art projects all night long. Judges began critiquing each groups display around 8 a.m. this morning. Each team was given $75 and two hours with a driver to go pick up materials for this art instillation.
“You know it was a lot of minds clashed together and a lot of different talents, a lot of creativity flowing into one thing you know. It was hard but fun at the same time,” said Cynondria Hollis, a senior at Dothan High School.
The annual lock-in at the art museum is a part of the celebration, National Youth Art Month.