MASTERPIECE ART - TETTEGOUCHE PUBLIC RECEPTION
Tettegouche State Park Visitors Center - Hwy 61
Friday March 15, 2019 06:30pm-08:00pm
William Kelley elementary students will have a selection of their art work created in the Masterpiece Art Program displayed for parents, family and the public at Tettegouche State Park Visitors Center during March.
A public reception will be held Friday, March 15, 6:30 PM at Tettegouche. Parent and family are particularly encouraged to attend. Refreshments will be served and there will be brief remarks about the Masterpiece Art program at 7:00 PM.
Masterpiece Art is a nationwide art enrichment program where volunteers use reproductions of fine works of art to promote art literacy in children. Art is an integral part of life and the Masterpiece Art Program is a chance to stimulate the students' thought, perception and imagination. In the end, students attain a greater awareness of the world around them and learn to manipulate and master materials as they create their own works. Volunteers, sometime called "Art Guides" bring prints to the classroom and present a lesson and art activity planned for a particular grade level.
Special "Thanks" goes to Kurt Mead, Naturalist, who has been an advocate for exhibiting art at Tettegouche State Park, to the Masterpiece Art voluteer "Art Guides", and to the Northland Foundation for their financial support though the Age to Age Program.
"SUPPORTING ARTS & ARTS EDUCAION IN OUR COMMUNITY"