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Student art at the library

March 10, 2011
Times Observer

The Warren Public Library and the Warren County School District collaborated to celebrate Youth Art Month, which emphasizes the importance of art education in the schools. Art teachers from all of the county schools have selected artwork from students in grades kindergarten through twelve to display in the Warren Public Library's Wetmore Gallery. This student show will be available for viewing throughout the month of March. The gallery is located on the third floor of the library. Stop by and enjoy the wide range of talent of our local youth.

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Proud families admire the artwork displayed in the Warren Public Library’s Wetmore Gallery at the Youth Art Month Open House on March 3. Youth Art Month emphasizes the importance of art education in the schools. Artwork from Warren County students in grades kindergarten through twelve will be on display in the library’s gallery until March 30

 
 

 

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