CASPER, Wyo. — Kelly Walsh High School is hosting a “2020 Digital Art Show” in lieu of in-person exhibits from May 4-8.
The digital art show gives the school the ability to show off student art even as in-building school services are closed amid the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
“This year, the KWHS Art Show has moved to the digital platform and will highlight student…and even some staff…artwork,” the Natrona County School District said on Monday, May 4. “Throughout the week, community members can visit one of KWHS’s digital platforms to view the terrific work of many talented students and staff members.”
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KW shared their first piece of the digital show on Monday morning.
“Our first Kelly Walsh Digital Art Piece comes to us from Alaina Griffee,” KWHS said on Facebook. “The piece is entitled ‘Jelly Fish’ and was done in colored pencil. If you would like to share your piece please send it to your art teacher for inclusion in the art show.”