The 18th Annual Shiloh School District Art Show at will be held on Friday, May 3 at Shiloh Middle School.
The Art Show will begin at 6:30 p.m. and continue until 8:30 p.m. Art teacher Linda Johnson puts together the annual Shiloh art shows.
“The halls of Shiloh Middle School will be filled with the creative endeavors of all the students in the Shiloh School District,” Linda Johnson said.
The art gallery will feature work created in the art classes throughout the year. Every art student in the Shiloh School District will have at least one artwork in the show.
Early childhood classes through the eighth grade have all contributed to the displays.
“We have two-dimensional works as well as three dimensional sculptures,” Johnson said. “The students have drawn, painted, colored and sculpted creations that will make anyone proud of their accomplishments.”
The walls of the middle school will feature over 1000 original art pieces from Shiloh students.
In addition to the students’ work that will be featured, the art show will host a creative environment for children of all ages and adults to make and take art home.
The art creative stations will feature activities such as flying dragons, inflatable bubble, stamping patterns, Native American rubbings, VIP name tag design, building blocks, airplane design, animal mask and origami fortune tellers.
Participants can make as may art activities as they would like, according to Johnson. “Each station has easy to follow directions to assist in the creation.”
These interactive stations will be in the Shiloh Middle School cafeteria.
“This part of the art show has been a favorite of students,” Johnson said. “They remember the activities year after year and look forward to creating these special activities during the show.”