The opening reception celebrating the 33rd Annual Youth Art Month Exhibition will be Sunday, February 13, from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. Mayor Scott, Superintendent Dr. Paul Gausman, Art Center Director Todd Behrens and Education Coordinator Debra Marqusee, will present awards at 2 p.m. This year’s exhibition features work by high school students, from grades 9 through 12. Eighteen high school art teachers from fourteen schools in the tri-state area submitted 251 entries. The exhibition consists of sixty-four artworks that were selected by juror Nan Wilson, Associate Professor of Art, Briar Cliff University. The artworks were judged on originality, creativity, personal expression, and excellence of workmanship.
Youth Art Month is an annual, nation-wide observance celebrating art education for children and encourages public support for quality school art programs. Created in 1961, YAM began as Children’s Art Month for the purpose of emphasizing the value of all children participating in art.
Image: Emma Steele, Untitled, 12th Grade
LocationSioux City Art Center, 225 Nebraska Street, Sioux City
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