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The High Schools of the Olympic Peninsula Creative Crafts and Arts Exhibit will be on display in the Karen Kuznek-Reese Gallery at the Sequim Civic Center, located at 152 West Cedar Street, from Friday, March 4 through Friday, April 29. The gallery is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The City Arts Advisory Committee (CAAC) invited high school students across the Olympic Peninsula to submit entries for the exhibit. The CAAC received 65 entries. 20 were selected for exhibit inside the Sequim Civic Center. A digital show of all accepted entries will be available for viewing on a screen from outside the Civic Center.
The top three entries will be awarded cash prizes. First place of $200 was awarded to Kaylie Steed, a 9th grader at Sequim High School for her drawing titled “One Who Has Loved Truly,” second place of $150 was awarded to Jakob Miller from the West Sound Tech program at Quilcene High School for his welded piece “Metal Rose,” and third place of $100 was awarded to Jaxon Taylor, a 10th grader at Quilcene High School for his ceramic “Birdman” vase. All cash prizes were donated by members of the community.
Honorable Mentions were awarded to Madison McKeown, a 12th grader at Sequim High School for her floral arrangement “Skull and Antlers,” Faith Coffey a 10th grader at Quilcene High School for her charcoal drawing “Chihuahua Dog,” and Jill Adolphsen, an 11th grader at Sequim High School for her watercolor and ink painting of “Elephant.”
Please contact City Arts Commission Chair Suzanne Horne at firstname.lastname@example.org or City of Sequim Arts Coordinator Sarah Hurt at email@example.com or (360) 582-2477 for more information.