Kids to showoff ART in Central NY

March 10, 2014 by  

The KidsART exhibition provides an opportunity for elementary school children to find a creative outlet this month.

The exhibition, now in its 21st year, displays the artwork of children from elementary schools across Central New York. More than 300 students will have their work shown for the show, and it is a great opportunity for young artists to see what it is like to have their work put up in a gallery setting.

The show is hosted by the Earlville Opera House. The building was initially built in 1892 as a theater for opera and other stage performances. In 1970, the non-profit organization that now runs the site was formed with the dual mission of promoting arts and culture in Central New York, as well as restoring and maintaining the opera house.

Organizers for this event may turn to printing companies in order to promote it. They might want posters that can be put up in the lobbies of the schools that are participating, or flyers that the students can distribute in their schools or that can be shared among people in Liverpool and other nearby towns who might want to attend.

The KidsArt exhibition will take place on Tuesday, March 25, and the viewing will run from 10 in the morning right through until 5 in the afternoon.