Annual student exhibition at Alliance for the Arts

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The Alliance for the Arts next featured exhibition, The Future of Art: Student Exhibit, will be on display from April 5 – 29 at 10091 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers.
This is the 31st year the Alliance has partnered with the Lee Arts Educators Association (LAEA) to display student work in a formal exhibit. The show features more than 40 schools and hundreds of works in a variety of mediums. Winners will be selected in several categories and the best in show will be awarded.
This exhibition will be divided into two, two-week sessions. The first two weeks of the month will be dedicated to the participating elementary and middle schools of Lee County. Elementary and Middle School opening night will be held on April 5, from 5 – 7 p.m. This session will be on display until April 15.
Lee County high schools will be in the gallery the following two weeks with the opening reception held on April 20, 5 – 7 p.m. This session will be on display until April 29. The high school exhibition is sponsored by Florida SouthWestern State College.
Both receptions are free and open to the public and the High School opening reception will feature pizza provided by Downtown House of Pizza (DHOP).
Theatre Gallery: Digital Lee (April 5-15) and Cypress Lake High School’s Media Art (April 20-29)
From April 5 – 15, the Theatre Gallery will feature artwork by the students of Digital Lee. Digital Lee was established to create a more relevant, community, and career focused learning environment for the technology students of the Lee County School District.
From April 20 – 29, the Theatre Gallery will feature artwork by Cypress Lake High School’s media arts students. The display will feature pieces in many media, including graphic design, video production, photo manipulation, 3D modeling, animation, and digital photography.
While the gallery admission is free, a $5 suggested donation keeps the Alliance programming affordable and accessible.
For more information about this exhibit, visit or call 239-939-2787.


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