Local Students Exhibit at 33rd Annual KCC High School Art Show

"Twins," by Lillian Sacks, a student at Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School, is on display at the 33rd annual KCC High School Art Show. –Photo submitted.

"Twins," by Lillian Sacks, a student at Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School, is on display at the 33rd annual KCC High School Art Show. –Photo submitted.

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Students from 13 local schools have original artwork on display for the 33rd annual Kankakee Community College High School Juried Art Exhibition. The show runs until March 29 in the lower level of the Miner Memorial Library at KCC. Hours are from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 8 a.m. – 1 p.m., Fridays.

A reception, awards presentation, and juror’s critique will be on the final evening of the exhibit, Wednesday, March 29, from 6-7:30 p.m. Awards in categories, including Painting, Color Drawing/Design, Photography/Electronic Imaging, and 3-D Design will be revealed at 7:15 p.m. Jurors are the KCC art faculty.

“The High School Art Show always is inspiring to see,” said Chelise Slowik, a KCC art professor. “Students draw and paint their interests and passions, and their work is particularly beautiful this year. Visitors will find the works full of passionate effort and imagination.”

High schools participating in the exhibit are: Bishop McNamara, Bradley-Bourbonnais Community, Clifton Central, Dwight, Grant Park, Livingston Area Career Center, Iroquois West, Kankakee, Manteno, Momence, Pontiac Township, St. Anne, and Watseka.

The exhibit is sponsored by KCC’s Visual Arts Department. KCC is at 100 College Drive in Kankakee, south of downtown Kankakee.


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