Special Walkabout Wednesday for National Youth Art Month
Collaboration with local businesses and schools to bring student artwork to the community
In support of National Youth Art Month, Plymouth State University’s Museum of the White Mountains, SAU 48 and Ashland art teachers, and various Plymouth businesses have partnered for a special Walkabout Wednesday featuring student artwork on March 21, 5-7 p.m. Artwork from students in grades K-12 will be on display throughout downtown Plymouth, hung by grade level and color-coded by school, as well as musical performances at various locations.
Participating schools include Ashland Elementary, Campton Elementary, Plymouth Elementary, Plymouth Regional High School, Russell Elementary, Thornton Central School, Waterville Valley Elementary, and Wentworth Elementary.
Locations will include the Pease Library (kindergarten), The Congregational Church (first and second grade), the Museum of the White Mountains (third grade), Gowen Realty (fourth grade), Simply Sunflowers (Ashland 3D work), UPS Store (fifth grade 3D work), The Enterprise Center (fifth grade 2D work), Silver Center for the Arts (sixth, seventh, and eighth grade artwork and musical performances), Off the Hanger (Ashland artwork and piano performances), and Draper & Maynard Building (high school work).
Music performances include Plymouth Elementary from 5-5:30 p.m. at the Silver Center; Waterville Valley Elementary from 5:45-6:15 p.m. at the Plymouth Congregational Church; and Plymouth Regional High School, under the direction of Laurel Dodge, from 6:30-7 p.m. at Dressers Unlimited.
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