Awesome young artists

PHOTOS PROVIDED Art by Keystone Central School District middle school students is on view tonight in The Station Gallery, 2 E. Bald Eagle St., Lock Haven. The show is open from 6 to 8 p.m., and awards will presented around 7 p.m. The Clinton County Arts Council hosts shows like this one so young people can see their works in a professional gallery space, according to CCAC President Carol Cillo. She called this show “a creative inspiration!” Participating art teachers are Jessica Madenford, Jaime McCann and Nate Wilson. CCAC board member Mary Coploff organized it and is also putting together a Keystone Central high school exhibit, slated for April 9 and 10, and a Keystone Central elementary school exhibit, slated for May 7 and 8.
PHOTOS PROVIDED Art by Keystone Central School District middle school students is on view tonight in The Station Gallery, 2 E. Bald Eagle St., Lock Haven. The show is open from 6 to 8 p.m., and awards will presented around 7 p.m. The Clinton County Arts Council hosts shows like this one so young people can see their works in a professional gallery space, according to CCAC President Carol Cillo. She called this show “a creative inspiration!” Participating art teachers are Jessica Madenford, Jaime McCann and Nate Wilson. CCAC board member Mary Coploff organized it and is also putting together a Keystone Central high school exhibit, slated for April 9 and 10, and a Keystone Central elementary school exhibit, slated for May 7 and 8.

PHOTOS PROVIDED

Art by Keystone Central School District middle school students is on view tonight in The Station Gallery, 2 E. Bald Eagle St., Lock Haven. The show is open from 6 to 8 p.m., and awards will presented around 7 p.m. The Clinton County Arts Council hosts shows like this one so young people can see their works in a professional gallery space, according to CCAC President Carol Cillo. She called this show “a creative inspiration!” Participating art teachers are Jessica Madenford, Jaime McCann and Nate Wilson. CCAC board member Mary Coploff organized it and is also putting together a Keystone Central high school exhibit, slated for April 9 and 10, and a Keystone Central elementary school exhibit, slated for May 7 and 8.

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