Got Art student show lets county’s creative kids shine

Photo courtesy of the Livingston Arts Council.
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Got Art, the Livingston Art Council’s annual exhibit of student artwork from across Livingston County, opens March 13 at the Howell Opera House, 123 W. Grand River Ave. in the heart of downtown Howell. The show, which is free of charge, is open to the public, and takes place in the first-floor gallery.

This year’s event is the 20th annual. Throughout its history, this popular event has showcased the rich talent and imagination of Livingston County students in grades K-12. Art instructors encourage students to experiment in a variety of media, and then submit the best creations for the show.

This annual show is a unique and powerful event for students, who get to see their works displayed in a gallery setting outside of school, and allows them the chance to shine for their family and friends, as well as the general public.

The show featuring the work of secondary students in grades 6-12 opens March 13 and runs through March 17. The artwork of elementary students in grades K-5 will be on display March 20-24.

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