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Youth Art Month exhibit opens Friday at The Grace Museum

By Floyd Miller



Youth Art Month exhibit opens Friday at The Grace MuseumAbilene, TX – March at The Grace Museum is synonymous with Youth Art Month, and for the tenth straight year, the Museum’s second-floor galleries will be transformed into a riot of color covering every available surface. Beginning Friday, students {{more}} from 16 schools in Abilene and the surrounding area will display the art work they have created over the school year. Their art teachers have selected the very best of their students’ work for the month-long exhibit. “The Grace Museum believes in the important benefits of art education and is happy to provide a venue to display and encourage the talents of area art students,” said Dennis Kois, The Grace’s executive director. Youth Art Month opens Friday with a public reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Revolution, the combined fiddle group from Cooper and Abilene High schools, will be performing. The public is invited to attend this free event.Student artwork will be on display through March 29. The exhibit is being generously sponsored this year by Abilene Teachers Federal Credit Union and Prime Time Family Entertainment Center.

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