Jamestown Public School's Art Department will hold its annual District Art Show Opening Night tonight from 6-7 p.m. at Jefferson Middle School by the Jefferson Auditorium. Approximately 270 pieces of artwork, representing kindergarten through 12th grades, in a variety of mediums will be exhibited including painting, photography, drawing, sculpture and jewelry.
"Every school in the district is represented, and we are pleased to have a record number of student-artists participating," said JPS Art Chairperson David Mazzone. "The students really enjoy showing their families their artwork. We are so proud to showcase the amazing talent of JPS art students.
The JPS District Arts Show will run through May 30. The public is welcome to attend the free opening night event, or if someone would like to view the art show during the school day, stop at the Jefferson Middle School main office to receive a visitor's pass.