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Student art on display at Civic Center
Logan Linhart, tenth grader at Prescott Valley Charter School, created this collage of a  woman in a red hat.
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Logan Linhart, tenth grader at Prescott Valley Charter School, created this collage of a woman in a red hat.
TribPhoto/Sue Tone
Students in the Ceramics I class at Bradshaw Mountain High School made Terra Cotta Warriors from clay.
TribPhoto/Sue Tone
Students in the Ceramics I class at Bradshaw Mountain High School made Terra Cotta Warriors from clay.
TribPhoto/Sue Tone

Sue Tone
Reporter


Now showing on all levels of the Prescott Valley Civic Center - art from students in Prescott Valley public and charter schools.

The free exhibit of artwork remains on display at the Civic Center through Saturday, March 28. The annual Family Arts Festival is that Saturday, from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. The building will open to viewers and also to performances from students of nine different local schools.

Music and dance performances include a marimba band, hip hop dance club, numerous choirs, drum line, and folklorico dancers. Children and adults can participate in hands-on activities such as bookmaking, sidewalk chalk art, pottery wheel, pictographs, sand art, and face painting.

At noon, Bradshaw Mountain High School art students and Lake Valley Elementary School kindergartners will auction off their artist-inspired painted chairs. Money goes towards scholarships for fine and performing arts high school students.

To see more artwork from the Civic Center, click here.

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