Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Youth Art Crawl Returns to Downtown Lynchburg

Mayor Michael Gillette stops to admire work by Perrymont Elementary Students.  
Lynch's Landing is collaborating with the Academy of Fine Arts and Lynchburg City Schools for the 3rd Annual Youth Art Crawl to celebrate and promote youth arts during the month of March.  Students from Lynchburg City Schools have created artwork in different mediums. Last week, the artwork was installed in participating downtown businesses and at the Academy of Fine Arts. Artwork will be available for the community to enjoy through April 1, 2013.  The goal of this celebration is to inspire young artists' minds and bring the community downtown to support local businesses and local youth. There will be over 255 student pieces participating in this event. 

Artwork on display at Market at Main
Student work can be found at the following locations:  

Heritage Elementary School Baby B’s  | 821 Main Street
Bedford Hills Elementary School Bank of the James| 823 Main Street
Paul Munro Elementary School Market at Main | 904 Main Street
Sandusky Elementary School, The Go Center, and T.C. Miller Elementary School CAO Artisan Chocolates | 908 Main Street
Perrymont Elementary School High Peak Sportswear | 924 Main Street
Linkhorne Elementary School Scene 3 Board Shop | 1107 Main Street
Bass Elementary School Telitha Spa | 1200 Main Street
E.C. Glass High School Urban Merchant| 1206 Main Street
E.C. Glass High School Gladiola Girls | 1220 Main Street
Dunbar Middle School Lynchburg Community Market | 1219 Main Street
R.S. Payne Elementary School and Sheffield Elementary School The White Hart | 1208 Main Street
Dearington Elementary School Lynchburg Visitors Center | 216 12th Street
Linkhorne Middle School Dance Theater of Lynchburg | 722 Commerce Street
Sandusky Middle School Riverviews Artspace | 901 Jefferson Street

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