Upcoming art exhibits in Kenmore will showcase student work

  • Monday, January 15, 2018 3:09pm
  • Life

The City of Kenmore will be showcasing a “Northshore Exclusive” exhibit at The Hangar featuring work from the 2017 Washington State High School Photography Competition from through March 1.

The photography of Inglemoor, Bothell, and Woodinville high school students will be showcased. It was previously displayed at the Tacoma Art Museum and the Seattle Art Museum.

There will be an additional youth art exhibit featuring 31 artists from ages 5-18. The juried exhibit is open at the Arts of Kenmore (AOK) Gallery in City Hall until Thursday.

For more information about the exhibit at The Hangar, visit www.artsofkenmore.org.

For a sneak peak at the Youth Art Exhibit, visit tinyurl.com/ydg7l2yb.

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