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Welsh Valley Celebrates the Arts With Virtual Exhibit
Welsh Valley Celebrates the Arts With Virtual Exhibit

Traditionally, Welsh Valley Middle School hosts an annual Arts Festival celebrating the tremendous creativity and talents of their students, which is always a popular and widely attended event. Due to the pandemic, things are naturally a bit different this year, so the art show has been adapted to a virtual format.

"Welcome to the first ever Welsh Valley Virtual Art Show!" say WVMS art teachers Ms. Petrino and Mrs. Robinson on their digital exhibition webpage. "We are very proud of the beautiful artwork students have created in such a challenging year! Thank you to all WV students who contributed their artwork to display in the show. We encourage you to explore these beautiful pieces of art that our students have invested time and energy. All artwork is divided up by teacher, grade, and project. Enjoy!"

To explore Welsh Valley's Virtual Art Show, click here!


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