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PHS art students created this “Quilt” art installation for the parking lot of the Heritage House in Post as part of their study of the history of quilts. The “quilt” will be featured along with student competition art pieces in an exhibit Friday, March 30 at the Heritage House.

Youth Art Month Celebrated with Local Exhibit

PHS art students honored

Published March 27, 2012 @ 11:19 a.m.
Updated March 28, 2012 @ 10:49 a.m.

March is National Youth Art Month and art students of Post High School are being honored by the Caprock Cultural Association with an art exhibit at the Heritage House, March 30, 6 to 8 p.m.  The public is invited to this free event.

“The art that will be in the show will encompass the entire year,”  PHS Art teacher Juanetta Bocko said.  The students participated in the study of the history of quilts and created fabric quilt squares in conjunction with the CCA’s project “Quilts for All Generations.”  High school art students also designed and painted a “quilt” in the parking lot of the Heritage House.

Student competition pieces entered in the Scholastic competition, VASE (Visual Arts Scholastic Event) and the South Plains Fair will be included in the exhibit as well as other student art creations.

Some of the students expected to be represented at the exhibit are:  Taylor Fannon, Fabian Torres, Maritza Alaniz, Francisco Gonzales, Monica Montoya, Matti Smith, Sara Greer, Taylor Osborn, Tavish Soto, Daniela Alaniz, Audree Williams, Josh Curtis, Rubi Rodriguez, Jose Rodriguez, K’Lenn Hair, Torie Whisenant, Bethany Curtis, Daniel Gonzales and Cheyenne Gills.

For more information about the Youth Art Exhibit, call the Heritage House, 806-495-4148.

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