Valley kids participate
in Valley Kids
The Aspen Art Museum’s 22nd annual Valley Kids exhibition continues through May 19. Hundreds of students from 30 schools and youth organizations from Aspen to Eagle, Marble and Rifle, are participating in this spring tradition.
Logan Piccolo, a second-grade student at St. Stephen’s School in Glenwood Springs, created the image selected to represent the exhibition on the poster and invitation.
Four high school students will receive merit awards for artistic achievements in the categories of painting/drawing, photography, woodworking and ceramics/three-dimensional artwork.
These students will receive gift certificates for art supplies and scholarships to attend an Aspen Art Museum workshop. The winning artwork will be displayed in the upper gallery and will be marked with ribbons. The Roaring Fork Friends of the Women’s Foundation of Colorado will choose a high school female student to receive a monetary award.
Admission will be free to everyone throughout the exhibition. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday, with “Art After Hours” every Thursday from 5-7 p.m.
for Delta art show
Entries are being accepted to the 22nd annual Delta Fine Arts Art Exhibit and Sale, to be held Aug. 3-11 in Delta. Entry is $8 per entry for nonmembers, or a limit of three for $20; or $7 per entry and a limit of four for $20 for members. Student entries are free and limited to three.
For details, call Jo Ann at 970-835-3065, Martha at 970-874-4700, or write to Delta Fine Arts, P.O. Box 306, Delta, CO 81416.
Deadline is July 15.
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