Oregon Coast Council for the Arts has invited all Lincoln County students in public schools, charter schools, private schools and home schools to show their work in the 2013 Annual Lincoln County Student Art Show in the Runyan and Upstairs Galleries from May 3 through May 26.
A complete list of students will be posted and Awards for Artistic Excellence will be presented at the reception. Teachers around the county recognize the important benefits of art in the classroom and introduce various art projects during the school year along with core curriculum.
Submissions come from all schools in the district K -8 and High school, as well as from Angell Job Corps, the Montessori Schools, and pre-schools. Each year a delightful variety of media are represented including ceramics, cast paper, oil pastels, watercolor, poster paints, digital photography, colored pencil, markers, acrylic paints, pencil, pen and ink, scratch board, mixed media, block prints, crayon resist, calligraphy, paper arts, and charcoal.
Wind chimes, masks, self-portraits, landscapes, jewelry, dream-catchers, abstracts, Celtic designs, Gyotaku, African shields and masks, graphic design, photographs, assemblages, and Greek tessellations are just some of the works of art that have been submitted previously.
OCCA would like to thank everyone who helped make this exhibit possible – teachers, volunteers and students.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Sunday, 11:00am to 6:00pm
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