ARCC Gallery hosts visual arts school exhibit
Through April 30, the Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center Gallery is hosting an exhibition of the work of students attending the ARCC’s Visual Arts School.
The exhibit opened Wednesday. A student-led reception will be 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday at the ARCC Gallery, 225 Third Ave. S.E. Refreshments will be served, and the artists will discuss their work. The public is invited.
About 20 students are enrolled in the program. Two levels are offered — grades third through sixth and grades sixth through ninth. Students meet weekly for lessons in art methods, history, presentation and other fundamentals tailored to give a well-rounded foundation in the visual arts, according to a news release.
Artists exhibiting work include Bailey Dillavou, Sakura Eggena, Melina Frank, Braeden Madsen, Amaya Nelson, Tinley Nilson, Shayne One Star, Madeline Ramsey, Kaylee Senger, Jessemy Sharp, Elizabeth Wagner, Sara Bennett, Alyce Dinger, Symmone Gauer, Payton Kucker, Jasmyn Mattke, Aaliyah Pavlicek, Quincy Rudolph and Isabelle Weisenburger. The ARCC Visual School of Arts instructors are Jennifer Schell and Kacy Walker.
For more information on the exhibit or the ARCC Visual Arts School, contact the Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center at 605-626-7081.