Students’ art displayed at State Capital

Brandon Morrison

On Saturday March 2, senior Faith Bayless and juniors Adam Alexander and Christopher Cambrice had their art work displayed at the State Capitol Building as a part of Kansas Art Education Associations Youth Art Month Celebration (KAEA).

March is Youth Art Month and is celebrated to emphasize the importance of a great quality art education program in schools.

Every teacher from the state of Kansas is eligible to submit a piece of art work from their school to be a part of the display. Students of KAEA member’s art is judged and awarded by Sargent Art.