An art show celebrating the creativity of Kirkland and other local high school students -- portraying angst, hope, anger, joy and pain -- will open April 9 at Bothell’s Cascadia Community College.
“Keys to the Studio” is a juried show curated by Cascadia faculty member Chris Gildow and runs through April 27 at the school’s Mobius Hall Art Gallery (Global Learning and the Arts Building CC3).
It features work by and high school students and students from Kirkland’s , Bothell, Inglemoor, Redmond high schools and others.
“Like any artist, these students struggle to give visual expression to their ideas,” Gildow said in a press release. “This show honors the work of teenagers and young adults, and recognizes the contributions they make to the collective voice of art.”
Juanita High students with art work in the show are Shannon Hobbs and Abby Bretvick. Lake Washington students with work in the show are Molly Reusser, Lili Nyste, Itzel Santiag and Olivia Whidby.
A reception for the show, open to the public, begins at 5:30 p.m. Monday, April 9. Gallery hours are Monday-Thursday, April 10-27 from 1:15 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Cascadia is at 18345 Campus Way NE in Bothell. For directions, click here.
From Cascadia Community College and Lake Washington School District press releases.