The show opened May 15.
Abigal Fulghum has big expectations for the next 100 years. One being, that she better be able to communicate with her pets.
In part of the Ormond Beach Memorial Art Museum's collaboration show with the students of Ormond Beach Elementary School, Fulghum created an "Animal Translator," which translate dog and cat noises into words so you can understand what they're saying to you.
OMAM's curator of education and outreach, Kristin Heron, worked with OBE's art teacher, Laura Buckley, to help each of the over 300 students create an art piece for the show.
"I hope that the students of OBE gain not only confidence from seeing their work valued and displayed with care, but also feel a personal sense of connection to the museum and the community," Buckley said. "I hope they will feel that they are important, participating artists and that because of that, they can appreciate and understand art if they try."