2017-04-20 / Schools
Art show open to juniors, seniors
The Westlake Village Art Guild and the City of Agoura Hills Cultural Arts Council are hosting the guild’s annual juried art show for high school juniors and seniors.
More than 75 selected works in categories of 2-D and 3-D fine art, photography and digitally-created works were selected to compete for cash prizes. There will be a minimum of 17 ribbon awards and $1,250 in cash prizes to help talented students pursue their artistic education and dreams.
The exhibit is at the Agoura Hills Event and Recreation Center April 21–27. Winners will be announced at a 4 p.m. opening reception on Fri., April 21.
Guest speaker at the reception is Kristy Kay, a designer and painter who has worked internationally for commercial and motion picture industries and teaches the art of color and light at CGMA Master Academy.
Open to all Conejo Valley high school juniors and seniors, the show will recognize the many art teachers and talented students who enrich the community with their visual arts skills.
The Members of the Agoura Hills arts council and Westlake guild will serve as judges.
It is the goal of the Cultural Arts Council to support and expand the arts in the community and provide programs that showcase the talented artists who live in the Conejo and Las Virgenes valleys.
For more information on the 2017 student art show, contact Jaime Goldstein at (818) 597-7362 or email email@example.com.