Exhibit features work from all grades

The Howland Public Library will present Between the Lines, an annual exhibit of artwork by students in the Beacon City School District. An opening reception will be held on Second Saturday, May 14, from 2 to 4 p.m., and the exhibit will continue through June 4.

Art by Mia Sarchill, a sixth-grader at Rombout Middle School  (image provided)
Art by Mia Sarchill, a sixth-grader at Rombout Middle School  (image provided)

The exhibition was organized with assistance from Claudine Farley, the school district’s art department coordinator, and features the work of students from Beacon High School, Rombout Middle School and J.V. Forrestal, Glenham, Sargent and South Avenue elementary schools.

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