Ballard Branch Features Student Art​

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Charcoal, ink, acrylic, graphite pencil, digital and film photography: a few of the mediums used by Ballard High School students currently on display at their local library.  The only guideline for the artists is to exhibit their best work, whether it is a pencil sketch or saturated digital photograph. 

The Ballard Branch is featuring this wide array of composition from late April to May 18, with a reception on Saturday, May 11.  In conjunction with the Ballard Art Walk, the library is open to the public from 6pm – 9pm for its seventh annual celebration of the ambitious teen artists.

The library is also screening Ballard students’ award winning short films, playing pre-recorded songs from the high school’s music department and, of course, showing off the visual art.

Greta, Ballard Teen Blogger

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