The April First First Friday will be featuring K-8 Student Artists.
Celebrate the artwork of young Dubuque Artists. Exhibition on view March 25-April 14, 2019
Make sure to catch the free heated trolley that will be making stops at each First Friday location every 10 to 15 minutes. First Fridays and trolley are generously sponsored by Dupaco Community Credit Union
First Fridays is monthly, a city wide gallery hop celebrating our creative community. Other First Friday locations include: Carnegie-Stout Public Library, Smokestack, and Outside the Lines Art Gallery. Make sure to hop, hop, hop to all First Friday locations~
$10 Admission (Members Free)
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Celebrate the work of young Dubuque artists in kindergarten through 8th grade.
Art work will be displayed March 25 – April 14.
Family and guardians of the young artists may see the student work without purchasing museum admission, simply mention you are here to see the K-8 exhibit to the front desk attendant.
Join the St Mark ArtSMARTS program for an art opening to show off all the great work they have done with amazing artists in the Dubuque Area. These great kids met with some of the best Dubuque has to offer.
K-8 Exhibition Features Artwork by Students from All Dubuque Community and Holy Family SchoolsThe DuMA, in collaboration with the Dubuque Community School District and Holy Family Schools, will present the annual All Schools K-8 Student Art Exhibition in March. The exhibition dates are March 22-May 13, 2018.
An opening reception in honor of participating students, parents and teachers will take place on Thursday, March 22 from 5-6 p.m. The reception is free and open to the public. “The museum has a long commitment to partnering with the schools to display student artwork,” explained David Schmitz, executive director. “It’s very important, both as an arts organization and as a community, that we recognize and celebrate the artistic creativity of our young people.”
This year’s exhibition is sponsored by Anderson-Weber Toyota and Laura and Chad Chandlee
Parents and family of featured students may see the K-8 exhibit for free if they do not wish to purchase regular museum admission, by informing the volunteer at the front desk.