The biennial Clarke County School District Student Art Exhibition returns with the theme “WILD,” which takes its inspiration from the flora and fauna found at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia. As part of an award program, several works will be selected for a spring exhibition celebrating the one-year anniversary of the new Alice H. Richards Children’s Garden. Kicking off the opening reception, the Clarke Central High School Honors Chamber Strings will perform a 45-minute program under the direction of Dr. Eunice Kang. “WILD” is accompanied by a publication cataloging each student’s artwork, and the exhibition will remain on view through Jan. 18.
Presented by The Lyndon House and The State Botanical Garden of Georgia, this year’s exhibition theme and title is “WILD," inspired by the ecology, flora and fauna found in the wild of the gardens. A selection of works will be chosen to be on exhibit for the one year celebration of the opening of the Alice H. Richards Children’s Garden. Under the direction of Dr. Eunice Kang, the Clarke Central High School Honors Chamber Strings will perform a 45-minute program at this opening reception. See Calendar Pick on p. 15.