Current Gallery Show
ARCC Gallery Hosts Work of Visual Arts School
The ARCC Gallery is hosting an exhibition of the work of students attending the ARCC’s Visual Arts School from April 17 through 30. The body of work is representative of the projects and lessons covered in the premier year of the art school’s existence.
Approximately 20 students are enrolled in the program. Two levels are currently offered – grades 3-6 and grades 6-9. Students meet weekly for sequential lessons in art methods, history, presentation, and other fundamentals tailored to give a well-rounded foundation in the visual arts. The ARCC Gallery Exhibit offers a view of the student’s efforts, as well as gives the students the opportunity to experience the arrangement of an exhibit from hanging the pieces to arranging for refreshments and setting up for the Reception.
Artists exhibiting work include: Bailey Dillavou, Sakura Eggena, Melina Frank, Braeden Madsen, Amaya Nelson, Tinley Nilson, Shayne One Star, Madeline Ramsey, Kaylee Senger, Jessemy Sharp, Elizabeth Wagner, Sara Bennett, Alyce Dinger, Symmone Gauer, Payton Kucker, Jasmyn Mattke, Aaliyah Pavlicek, Quincy Rudoph, and Isabelle Weisenburger. ARCC Visual School of Arts instructors are Jennifer Schell and Kacy Walker.
A student-led Reception will be held on Monday, April 22 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the ARCC Gallery, 225 SE Third Avenue. Refreshments will be served, and the artists will be on hand to discuss their work. The public is invited to attend.
For more information on the exhibit or the ARCC Visual Arts School, please contact the Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center at 626-7081 or check us out on Facebook at: facebook.com/AberdeenRecreationandCulturalCenter