Wasatch Back Student Art Show: Everyday Art

April 14 – May 27, 2012 Main, Garage and Badami Galleries

The Wasatch Back Student Art Show is an annual show that features work from students K – 12 in Summit and Wasatch Counties in Utah. This year, the theme and title of the show, Everyday Art, encompasses inventions and objects that are easy to forget. Computer parts have been turned into sculptures of robots, students have designed their idea of a chair, and cupcake liners have been turned into a lamp! The over 670 students who submitted work this year used everyday objects to this exhibition. The Innovative art work, books about inventors and a family oriented scavenger hunt can be viewed in the Main, Garage and Badami Galleries at the Kimball Art Center though May 27, 2012. School Tours and admission are always free.

Each A.R.T.S tour for the Wasatch Back Student Art Show: Everyday Art exhibit will include a 45 minute guided tour as well as a 45 minute art project. After viewing the work created by students, visitors will be asked to create a new invention or creature using the everyday object, silverware! Students may have time to create 2 or 3 of these inventions or creatures, and if so, will be asked to leave one at the Kimball Art Center for the community wall. Students will leave the field trip with their art project and inspiration for invention!

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