Cathedral Arts Project's Best of the Best Exhibit
Best of the Best artwork from students enrolled in Cathedral Arts Project’s after-school programs will be on display in the transitional gallery during the months of March and April. Featured works of art were created by students from Andrew Robinson; Arlington Heights; Cedar Hills; Garden City; Mayport; Pine Estates; and San Jose elementary schools as well as Arlington Middle School and the Pace Center for Girls.
The exhibit is free and open to the public and has “America the Beautiful” as its theme. The award-winning student art pieces were selected from hundreds of entries. The dramatic exhibit incorporates visions of the beauty of America and its many treasures.
“The artwork aims to inspire us to appreciate and celebrate the diversity and magnificence of our great nation,” said Jeff Smith, associate director of Cathedral Arts.
“We are so proud of our students and what they have accomplished, not only in our program, but in their school work overall,” said the Rev. Kimberly Hyatt, executive director of Cathedral Arts. “Our year-long program helps develop the kind of creative, innovative thinkers our society needs in the 21st century.”