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March is National Youth Art Month 

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National Youth Art Month is a month of celebration, awareness, and advocacy for art in our schools and excellent art education for our youth. Check the district calendar to see all that there is to celebrate this month!

 Youth Art Month demonstrates how Liberty schools are shaping artists. For some, all that time spent in the art classroom has resulted in a piece of art worthy enough for public display. Dozens of Liberty Central School District student-artists will get their first taste of public exposure with the opening of three major exhibits, listed below.

Community members are strongly encouraged to attend one or all of the following events to congratulate the district’s budding student artists and accelerate their passion in the art-making process.

Friday, March 13:
Sullivan County BOCES Elementary and Middle School Art Show
Sullivan County Museum (265 Main St, Hurleyville, NY 12747), 5-7 p.m.

Saturday, March 21:
Exposure National High School Juried Photography Show
Mill Street Loft (45 Pershing Avenue, Poughkeepsie, New York 12601), 5-7 p.m.
Seven works by four Liberty High School art students will be featured at Exposure. Click here to learn more.

Saturday, March 28:
Catskill Art Society/Sullivan County High School Show
Catskill Art Society (48 Main St, Livingston Manor, NY 12758), 2-4 p.m.

Date to be announced:

Liberty Elementary School student art display
Liberty Shoprite
Elementary school students are decorating paper grocery bags with pro-art messages and designs as part of their month-long art celebration. The decorated bags will be on display in ShopRite as a way to brighten and enlighten customers with the joy of student art.

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Additionally, many art students are volunteering their creative art skills for the school and community:

student designed headshots    • Students from Liberty High School’s theater production class will be managing the lighting and sound equipment for the school’s spring performance of The Sound of Music. Read more here.

    • Students from the high school’s photography class are putting together professional quality photographs of the actors and actresses from The Sound of Music. Framed headshots will be available for sale outside the auditorium on March 20 and 21. Those chairs for librarywho are interested in pre-ordering their frames can contact

    • National Art Honor Society Members are painting chairs for the Liberty Public Library. Ten chairs will be donated to the children’s reading section at the end of this month.

     • Photography students will be available to take family photos at the Liberty Easter egg hunt on March 28. View flyer

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