Charter schools exhibit art
TAHOE CITY – The Sierra Artists’ Network will be sponsoring “Prosser Creek Charter School – Museum of the 20th Century,” in the upstairs gallery May 4 through 27 at the North Tahoe Art Center.
Under the guidance of Jeff Erickson, director of facilities at the Nevada Museum of Art, teachers and students have collaborated to design and build class exhibits. The museum will celebrate the people, places and events of the 20th Century, including some of its cultural icons.
Prosser Creek Charter School has school-wide participation in this event.
These are the exhibits in the installation: Alice Court Co-Op is presenting Flight and Aeronautics, including models and wind tunnel; Lake Forest Middle School is presenting Presidents, French Fashion/French Architecture, Modern Art, the Motion Picture Industry, Heroes in Writing, Art Music, Sports, Science, Leadership and Pioneering.
The Main Campus High School is presenting “Sven,” the Human Body; Home School is presenting History of Truckee; Montessori K-1 is presenting Symbols of Peace; Truckee Primary is presenting Space Exploration; and Creekside is presenting Inventors, the Internet Revolution, Advancements in Transportation, “I Have a Dream” and Development of Recycling.
The hours of the exhibit are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily and entrance is free. The North Tahoe Art Center is a nonprofit organization sponsored by the Sierra Artists Network.
There will be an artist’s reception, open to the public, Friday, May 4, from 5 to 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Prosser Creek Charter School invites all North Tahoe/Truckee area schools to visit the exhibit.
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