This piece of art featuring oil pastel on white construction paper was created by Paige Callahan, a third grade student at Lincoln Elementary School. It’s part of the Whitewater Arts Alliance’s upcoming exhibit, which will feature art by students 4 to 18 years old and will be available online at whitewaterarts.org. (Submitted photo)

An online virtual exhibit available beginning April 9

Art by students between the ages of 4 and 18 will be featured in the upcoming Whitewater Arts Alliance’s April exhibit online at whitewaterarts.org.

The show becomes available on Friday, April 9 and runs through Saturday, April 24. The gallery at the Cultural Arts Center in Whitewater will be closed for the month of April.

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

“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,” said Whitewater Arts Alliance President, Kristen Burton.

She said the show provides the community an opportunity to follow the developing talents and careers “of our up-and-coming artists, and fosters a positive environment for life-long learning and creativity.”

Sponsoring the online student art show is First Citizens State Bank.

 

 
 

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