Reception: February 14, 1:30 - 3:00 pm February 13 - April 10, 2016 
Youth Art Month Exhibition

yam2016This annual exhibition features works by Siouxland students from the tri-state area. John Bowitz, professor emeritus of the art department at Morningside College, will review hundreds of works to find the very best. This year’s exhibition presents work by high school students.

This exhibition has been underwritten in part by the Aalfs Family Foundation and Pinnacle Bank.



 Adam Petit, My Grandpa’s Truck
Teacher – Pam Oban, Westwood High School
First Place – Tenth Grade



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