Eastport Arts Center will present the 10th annual Student Art Exhibition from April 1 through April 29, at Washington Street Gallery.  A perennial favorite at the Arts Center, the show features artwork of K-12 students and homeschoolers from all around the region. PLEASE NOTE: Due to predicted poor weather, the reception, originally scheduled for April 6, has been moved to Saturday, April 27, 2-3:30 pm.

This year’s exhibition includes works from Shead High,  Sipayik Elementary, Calais Jr/Sr High, Woodland Elementary and Jr/Sr High, Indian Township Elementary, Elm Street Elementary, Rose Gaffney Elementary, Machais Jr/Sr High, Washington Academy, and Whiting Village School, as well as from homeschooled students.

Sipayik Elementary students enjoyed a look at the annual Student Art Exhibition immediately after Cynthia and Michael Morse and Mona Ingride Love finished hanging the show. The students were waiting for their turn to see the Music for Children opera, ‘You Can’t Sit Here.’ Photo by Lauren Koss.

Washington Street Gallery, open during EAC events or by chance or appointment, is on the first floor of Eastport Arts Center, at 36 Washington Street, Eastport, and is handicapped-accessible. 

This collaborative Alice in Wonderland linoleum cut print was made by Machias Memorial High School 9th through 12th graders Izzy Blyther, Desiri Davenport, Presley Day, Nichole Kneeland, Jasmine Walter and Joel Vane, students of art teacher Becky Lee. 
“Self-portrait with pattern” by Hunter Wood, a 6th grader at Elm Street Elementary. See it in person in the 10th Annual Student Art Exhibition at Eastport Arts Center!