The art of valley kids |

The art of valley kids

Justine Cose — Rifle High School

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado ” Bring your children to the free hands-on Art Party at the Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts. This art party is designed for all children from preschool through high school interested in making art. Live music will be performed by Brad Vierheller.

A selection of artwork will be displayed at the Center for the Arts during the art day. Nearly 600 pieces of art are displayed.

Talented Art Instructor Terry Muldoon and some advanced art students will assist the budding artists on this exciting day. All supplies will be complimentary, and children may take their artful creations home at the end of the party. Call 945-2414 or, show up at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 7.

Valley Kids was started in Aspen more than 25 years ago at the Aspen Art Museum to honor the talents of the children in the Roaring Fork Valley.

After 25 years of Valley Kids in Aspen, the Aspen Art Museum chose the Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts to continue this tradition. Valley Kids will be hanging from March 6 through April 6.

Maritza Casas, Roaring Fork High School

Savannah B, Roaring Fork High School

African Mural by Carbondale Middle School

Hanna Burleigh – Roaring Fork High School

Brianna Bascom ” Rifle High School

Carbondale Middle School 5th Grade Class

Michael Black ” Roaring Fork High School

Jose Gallegos” Roaring Fork High School

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