The Museum was filled with enthusiastic youth artists this past Sunday as the Plains Art Museum celebrated the 11th annual School Spirit: Celebrating Youth Art Month Reception, exhibiting works from approximately 350 regional K-12 student artists. With approximately 750 people attending the reception, guests enjoyed viewing the art, listening to the fabulous F-M Youth Symphony Orchestra, and browsing the Museum’s exhibitions.
Jackson, a student at Kennedy Elementary, is a very proud exhibitor and was extremely excited to see his artwork in the Museum, according to Sandy Ben-Haim, Plains Art Museum Director of Education. The School Spirit Reception was his second time at the Museum with his mom to view his art, as he visited in early March for Kids Quest.
Youth Art Month is celebrated for the month of March and the Museum will display the student artist’s work through the end of the month. Stop in to see the creativity of these young artists and to visit the rest of the Museum exhibits!
Written by Savanna, Communications InternView Event