06-07-2012, 08:20 PM #1
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- Aug 2011
- South Walton, near the bay
K-5 Art Exhibit at NWFSC South Walton: Reception June 8, 2012, 5 p.m.
Join the Cultural Arts Association and the A+ Art Committee on June 8th, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at Northwest Florida State College South Walton Campus to enjoy beautiful artwork created by talented local students. Enjoy lemonade and cookies while celebrating the talent and promise of the children in our community.
The exhibit titled, "Budding Artists," showcases the works of 34 students and is on display at the Northwest Florida State College - Santa Rosa Beach Campus from June 8 to Aug. 3, 2012.
In the past year, 43 students in grades K through 5 have been participating in classes lovingly taught by Constance and Steve Rogers (Mr. & Mrs. Art) and supported by the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County. This exhibit is a selection of student work from the past year.
The Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County (CAA) has partnered with Northwest Florida State College for the next exhibition of the A+ Art Series.
Under the direction of Constance and Steve Rogers (aka Mr. and Mrs. Art) these “budding artists” have been learning a variety of art forms and refining their skills.
The Rogers have been teaching children in Walton County for 23 years in both public schools and private classes. They each have a Master's degree in art and Constance is nationally certified in early childhood and middle school art. Steve is a registered yoga instructor with the Yoga Alliance. Their classes include drawing, painting, mask making, drama, weaving, jewelry design, yoga and nature walks.
Students whose work is featured in the exhibit include Beau Adams, Leiloni Aponte, Lillie Arthur, Lindy Arthur, Chloe St. Aubin, Nolan Bacani, Cameron Beck, Sophia Blair, Stella Brambly, Ashton Brennan, Savannah Brown, Allison Byrd, Tobie Cunningham, Samantha Cooper, Mary Alice Daniel, Elise Fogg, Victor Gallo, Jaira Garcia, Wren Hall, Jolie Hinkle, Georgia Hunter, Anthony Jenkins, Jake Kennedy, Lily McWhorter, Elise Plunk, Marissa Schneider, Nina Sincoskie, Madison Strayhan, Ari Strynar, Jani Thomas, Abbee Wood, Quinn Yandell, Danna Yanez, and Karen Yanez.
The artwork shown in the exhibit is made possible by the CAA's "Educational Giving Program" aims to enhance the visual, literary and performing arts experiences of all Walton County school-age children K-12. Grants are awarded each quarter by the CAA Educational Giving Program Committee. For more information, visit www.culturalartsalliance.com.
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