Friday, May 2, 2014

Student art on display at Community Campus

Selections made for 3rd annual Juried Art Exhibit

Express Staff Writer

    The Blaine County School District is inviting the public to visit the Community Campus on Fox Acres Road in Hailey and enjoy some of the works of art by students in grades 6-12 from Wood River High School, Wood River Middle School and the Community School.
    Artworks went on display April 22 for the third annual Juried Art Exhibit. The pieces, chosen for the exhibit by a selection committee, will be on display for a full year.
    Wood River High School is represented by exhibits by Emily Stone, Cherice Tatterson, Olivia Thompson and Lily Worst.
    Wood River Middle School students with exhibits are Tatum Elizabeth Brockman, McKenzie Brown, Rebecca Clayton, Ellie Gorham, Brianne Jones, Emelia Morgan and Juliette Rollins.
    Representing the Community School are works by Blair Baker, John Blackburn, Hannah Cobb, Lane Letourneau, Keegan Whitelaw and Eleanor Zhu.
    In addition to the School District, the exhibit is sponsored by the Blaine County Recreation District and Hailey Rotary.

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