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The Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts in Little Falls will be home to more than 65 art pieces created by student artists ranging in age from kindergarten to seniors, and their teachers, from 9 schools that make up 6 districts in Herkimer County.
The show is free and open to the public with an opening gallery viewing for families and administration Tuesday, February 15th from 4:45-7 pm (Snow date on February 17th). This is a great opportunity to visit the Arts Center and support the young artists from your communities.
March celebrates Herkimer County Youth Art Month, coordinated by Herkimer Jr. Sr. High School Art Teacher, Heather McCutcheon. “The common theme is reflection. All of the student and teacher works are a reflection on what we learn from each other.”
This event gives young artists an opportunity to show their work outside of the school environment and inspires other artists of all ages. Art is a positive way for students to express themselves.
In 2022, Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts celebrates 40 years of Art in the Mohawk Valley. MVCA Executive Director, Mary Ellen McGillan said, “The Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts is delighted once again to participate in the NYS Youth Art Month Exhibition – Reflections 2022. A special thanks to Linda and Alan Vincent for providing underwriting for this exhibition.”
The show runs from now until March 14th. Gallery hours are Thursday-Saturday from 12 pm-4 pm.