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Adams County Arts Council features K-12 students and member works through January

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The Adams County Arts Council, 125 South Washington Street, will be celebrating the opening exhibitions of Bermudian Springs High School, Littlestown High School, and Alloway Creek Elementary School student work, along with works by Warren Tracy Davis and Elsie Shackleton on Friday, January 7, 5-7:00 p.m. for a First Friday opening reception.  The shows will remain up through the month of January.   The reception is free and open to the public.  Masks are required.

In the Gallery, “Community” is an exhibition featuring thirty-nine student artists from Bermudian Springs High School, Art Teacher, Kim Robinson.  Their collective artist statement, “Individually we are different, but collectively in the art room we are one community.  We think, plan, and celebrate growth and encourage one another to persevere through struggles.  We make mistakes and figure out how to make them work.  We are art students.”

In the Reception Hall, The Choice Based Art Exhibition features work by Littlestown Area SD students and Alloway Creek Elementary students, Art Teachers Jill Rakowicz, and is a show celebrating the art of choice in the art room, or TAB.  Choice based art is a method of teaching in which students learn to use art making processes.  The results produce well-planned works of art that demonstrate originality, and a unique perspective from each student.

For more information about Littlestown and Bermudian Springs Art Exhibitions, Warren Tracy Davis and other upcoming Arts Council exhibitions, art classes at the Arts Council’s Arts Education Center, and other news and events from the Adams County Arts Council, visit www.adamsarts.org or call (717) 334-5006.

The Adams County Arts Council’s mission is to cultivate an arts-rich community.

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