USU Gallery Exhibits Artwork Created By Local K-8 Students Over Pandemic; Virtual Tour Online
Although the coronavirus threw a wrench into many in-person celebrations over the past year, an exhibit of artwork from local students shows that restrictions can come with a silver lining of innovation.The second-annual Creativity Unbound exhibit contains more than 100 works from students kindergarten through 8th grade on the Utah State University Campus. Students from Cache County, Logan and Box Elder school districts are featured in the exhibit, which runs through March 29.
USU’s Arts Are Core program is sponsoring the exhibit, hosted in the Lyndsley Wilkerson Gallery at the Sorenson Center for Clinical Excellence. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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