Mini Monet Student Art Reception

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What does a pirate painting, a drawing of a sheep named Linda, and a ceramic organ made into a teapot have in common? They are all showcased in the 2nd annual Mini Monet Student Art Show and Competition 2-4 p.m. this Saturday, April 6, at Carthage High School Performing Arts Center, 1600 W. Panola St., Carthage.

The Marshall Regional Arts Council has invited area schools of East Texas to submit student artwork for ages Kindergarten to 12th grade. This year the Arts Council received over 300 pieces of artwork from 13 different schools including Atlanta High School, Carthage High School, David Crockett Elementary, Elysian Fields High School, Hallsville High School, Hallsville Junior High, Harleton Elementary, Karnack Elementary, Karnack Junior High, Libby Elementary, Marshall High School, Marshall Christian Academy, and Trinity Episcopal Elementary.

They received drawings, paintings, photography, paper collage, ceramic sculptures, and found object art. Their panel of three judges selected 57 artworks for display in the show. Awards for the first, second, third place, and honorable mention artworks will be given to the student artists at the event. The reception is free and open to the public. Come see this one-day showcase of East Texas students and their creative achievements. 

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