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  • Student Art Displayed At Hawley

    Karen Smiley, left, was escorted by her daughter Lauren and son Andrew to look at art on display for Hawley Elementary School's Art Show, held on Thursday, June 11.

  • Head O’ Meadow Art Displayed For ‘Gallery 2015’ Event

    Head O’ Meadow Elementary School art teacher Donna Perugini was visited by current and former students during the school’s School of Art Gallery 2015 event during the evening of Wednesday, May 20.

    The event featured art work created by students in each grade at the school. Art was hung on the wall and clay creations were displayed on tables, like the “coiled clay flamingos” created by first grade students.

  • NHS Students Preparing For An Art Show At The Library

    Newtown High School teacher Carol Skolas’s Art Portfolio students had tape in hand and many of their works before them on Wednesday, December 10, as they prepared the pieces for exhibit at C.H. Booth Library.

    The artwork, entirely created by NHS students, will be on display at the town library, 25 Main Street, during library hours in the building’s meeting room from Saturday, December 13, to Friday, December 19.

  • Hawley Students Art Work Goes On Display

    During Hawley Elementary School’s annual art show, held this year on Wednesday, May 14, works created by kindergarten through fourth grade students went on display and the school was opened for visiting students and family members.

    “We made those!” one student said.

    Down one hallway another student pointed and exclaimed, “There’s mine!”

  • Head O’ Meadow’s Annual Art Show

    For the first year, said Head O’ Meadow Elementary School art teacher Donna Perugini, her school’s annual art show included works created by kindergarten students, thanks to the addition of full-day kindergarten for the 2013-14 school year.

  • Many Supported SCAN Art Show

    To the Editor:

    Thank you to the Newtown community and neighbors for their generous support of the 44th Annual Juried Art Show presented by the Society of Creative Arts of Newtown (SCAN).

    Our business and individual sponsors enabled us to offer over $1,800 in cash awards for excellence. Included in these awards this year was the very special Betty Christensen Award in honor of the well-known Newtown artist’s 99th Birthday! Betty has been and continues to be a wonderful contributor and supporter of SCAN.

  • Sandy Hook’s Fourth Grade Art Show

    Before the end of the school year, Sandy Hook School held an art show to highlight works of art created by fourth grade students on Wednesday, June 12.

    The evening was overseen by art teacher Leslie Gunn, and was held in the art room at Monroe’s Chalk Hill Middle School.

    Art work on display ranged from sculpted animals to paintings, and students, parents, and invited guests walked between tables to look at each of the pieces on exhibit.