Concord’s annual Youth Art Month Show highlights artwork from K-12 students

Head to the City Wide Community Center in Concord to see a collection of artwork by K-12 students.

Head to the City Wide Community Center in Concord to see a collection of artwork by K-12 students. Courtesy—

Head to the City Wide Community Center in Concord to see a collection of artwork by K-12 students.

Head to the City Wide Community Center in Concord to see a collection of artwork by K-12 students. Courtesy

Head to the City Wide Community Center in Concord to see a collection of artwork by K-12 students.

Head to the City Wide Community Center in Concord to see a collection of artwork by K-12 students. Courtesy

Published: 03-20-2024 6:00 AM

Does mud season in New Hampshire have you feeling dull? Throw a splash of color into your March by visiting the Concord School District’s annual Youth Art Month Show at the City-Wide Community Center on 14 Canterbury Road in Concord.

This inclusive event showcases a diverse collection of K- 12 artwork, drawing attention to the incredible student talent we have within our public schools. The range of creativity displayed by our students is truly awe-inspiring, covering various themes and mediums that reflect both their imagination and their engagement with the world around them.

The art show’s opening night extravaganza on March 6 included food provided by the PTO’s of various schools and live music graciously provided by Aiden Blanchard, a senior from Concord High School, adding to the festive atmosphere and making it a truly community-centered event. It was heartwarming to see families, teachers, and art enthusiasts come together to support and celebrate the artistic achievements of our young artists.

For those who were unable to attend the opening, there is still an opportunity to view the artwork. The display will remain up until April 3 at the Concord Community Center, which is open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

We are excited to share that select pieces of student artwork are also on display at the Concord Public Library and the SAU office, allowing even more members of our community to enjoy these wonderful creations.

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