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Students Showcase Work at Fine Art Center

This year's showcase marks the first time Dunedin students' art hangs on display in the newly-constructed Children's Art Museum in what began as a collaborative effort between the principals, the Fine Art Center and the city.

Proud parents have a little more reason to photograph their children in front of their artwork at this year's student showcase. 

For the past two years, students' artwork was pinned up on wall partitions at the Dunedin Community Center. 

This year, for the first time, their art is showcased in a more professional way. It's framed and hanging on the wall of an actual gallery, in the same building where juried art is displayed from adult artists all over the world. 

"It's a chance to showcase kids' work and give 'em a little [feeling of], 'Hey I can do this'," said Ken Hannon, assistant executive director at the , during an opening reception in the new children's wing on April 22.

The annual is a collaboration between Dunedin school principals, the art center and the city of Dunedin that began three years ago, before the construction of the new . 

The opening reception celebrated the students, but also the fulfillment of the original vision for showcasing their work. 

The student showcase runs through May 13. All of the work hanging in the gallery was selected by the students' art teachers, said Todd Still, the art center's director of youth education.

It features the work of students from:

Dunedin Fine Art Center hosts a on Friday, April 27, 6 to 8 p.m. 

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