LITTLE FALLS -- The Great River Arts Association is sponsoring two student art exhibits at area galleries.
The sixth annual Student Art Show opened recently at the Family Medical Center Gallery, featuring the works of select artists from grades K-12 of Little Falls public schools.
"This show continues to be an exciting and interesting collection of art, and viewers may fine it interesting to see the artistic growth of the students through their different ages," a GRAA spokeswoman said in a news release.
Who: Art education students at Pierz and Upsala
What: "Student Voices" exhibit
Where: Morrison County Government Center gallery in downtown Little Falls
When: Through April
School art teachers selected the exhibitors working in oil, watercolor, tempera, color pencil, collage and other media.
"The dedication of the art educators in the district becomes obvious as one views the extensive variety of mediums and subject matter of the art work," the spokeswoman said.
Exhibitors include An Trinn, Careena Jacobs, Logan Mesia, Ashley Czech, Corey Meyer, Carrie Storm and Caroline Conelley of Little Falls and Randall elementary schools; Michael Lapos and Sarah Kallis of Little Falls Middle School; and Allysa Tonder, Crystal Prozinski, Zaire VanderHaar and Paul Barnes of Little Falls High School.
The exhibit, which will run through April, is free and open to the public during regular clinic hours.
In the meantime, "Student Voices," featuring works of art education students at Pierz and Upsala, has opened at the Morrison County Government Center gallery in downtown Little Falls. It will run through April.
"The show demonstrates the kind of magic that is happening in school art classes," the GRAA spokeswoman said, adding that the exhibit covers a wide variety of media including acrylic, tissue paper and block printing.
Exhibitors include Katrina Gregor, Lucas Grunst, Joan Langer, Dawn Przybilla, Derek Rudolph and Kalee Tretter of Pierz Healy High School, and Jeremy Johnson and Kristi Pangrac of Upsala Area School.
The exhibit is free and open to the public during regular business hours in the atrium gallery on the second floor.
For more information, call GRAA at (320) 632-0960. GRAA administers and promotes a variety of art organizations and events in the Little Falls area.
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