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Since we closed our doors in March, an art show featuring Conard and Hall High School students has been sitting in the dark with no one to appreciate it. We decided to change that! For the first time ever we created a virtual gallery show.
The show is sponsored by the National Art Education Association and features work by students in grades 9-12 who are part of the National Art Honor Society (NAHS).
The purpose of NAHS is to bring community awareness to art programs and to recognize student achievement in the visual arts. NAHS members initiate service projects in their schools and in the community.
The collection case is available for display of your unique and interesting collections. Past exhibits have included: ornate eye patches, hand-knit babywear, antique insulators, gourd art to name a few. If it's interesting to you, consider sharing it with others.
The case is located on the main level of the Noah Webster Library, near the Check-Out desk. It measures 36" x 72" with a maximum height clearance of approximately 10 inches.
To review the full Gallery Policy please click HERE Gallery layout diagram click HERE