ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Thousands of student projects lined the hallways recently as the Tamaqua Area Middle School displayed all the art work done throughout the year by the students. Some of the art projects consisted of drawings, sewing pieces, painting, photography, carving, sculpting, ad making, and model making. The evening art exhibit included the annual student art show and professional exhibit, as well as the art exhibit held in the south wing hallways, cafeteria and art room of the middle school. Art teacher Kim Woodward, who organized the event, stressed the amount of dedication that all of the students put into their art pieces. She was also thankful for the efforts of the volunteers who helped put exhibit together. Miniature 3D models were also on display in the school. Pictured abpve are Paige Eltringham's soccer model and Kayla Holland's circus model.