Annual art show to cap Ann Clark’s Incline High career |

Annual art show to cap Ann Clark’s Incline High career

"Horse" — by Brooke Ruhl. It will be among many pieces of art on display at Wednesday's show.
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INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — The 2015 school year has been nothing short of extraordinary for Incline High School’s art department.

It is only fitting, then, that the Incline High School Annual Art Show be just as significant.

Beloved art teacher Ann Clark has decided to travel beyond the four walls of the classroom and explore art further.

Also, 2015 is Ms. Clark’s last year at Incline High School.

Come see her last group of students in “Unicity” on Wednesdau, June 3, from 5-7:30 p.m.

This show will include art, food, music, film and plenty of fun activities in the IHS small gym.

And, for the first time, Clark’s alumni artists have been invited to participate in honor of her final student art show.

Alumni artwork will be displayed alongside current students’ work, as well as artwork from Clark herself.

Enter the world of Unicity, you won’t regret it.

Contact Ann Clark at for information.

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