A Celebration of Young Artists is Online with the Whitewater Arts Alliance during the month of April

(Whitewater Arts Alliance submission)   Art by students from ages 4 to 18 will be featured in the April virtual exhibit at the Whitewater Arts Alliance’s website www.whitewaterarts.org.  The show becomes available on Friday, April 9 and runs through Saturday, April 24th.  The gallery at the Cultural Arts Center will be closed for the month of April.

The exhibit will include visual two dimensional artwork by students from area schools.  The art teachers displaying their students’ art are:   Justin Mane (Washington), Sara Sixel (Lincoln), Sara Brautigam (Lakeview), Sarah Heyer (Middle School), and Crystal Gill (High School).

Here is a message from WAA’s President, Kristen Burton, about the show, “Part of the Whitewater Arts Alliance’s mission is to promote arts education. This collaborative exhibit between the Whitewater Unified School District and the Whitewater Arts Alliance supports that mission, provides the community an opportunity to follow the developing talents and careers of our up-and-coming artists, and fosters a positive environment for lifelong learning and creativity.”

Paige Callahan, a 3rd grade student from Lincoln Elementary School, created this 12″ x 18″ oil and pastel artwork

The mission of the Whitewater Arts Alliance is to promote the visual and performing arts through an alliance of artists, individuals, educational resources, and organizations to promote creativity and diversity that will serve to educate and enrich the lives of the residents of the Whitewater community and surrounding areas.

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