61st Annual District Art Show

May 2020

The District Art Show is an ongoing tradition that began in 1959. It was started by Battle Ground High School art teacher Bob Peck, in collaboration with Battle Ground city librarian Florence Rieck, as a way to share our students’ artistic talents with the community. The District Art Show has morphed and grown over the years and is still a favorite event for students, parents, teachers, and community members alike.

This year, due to the public health crisis and school building closures, Battle Ground Public Schools is presenting the art show in an online format. Pieces will not be judged this year, but participants will receive a Certificate of Participation. The district also added a Remote Learning category to showcase student artwork that has been completed at home since school buildings closed.

Categories include wall art by grade level, Ceramics, 3D/Sculpture, Photography and Remote Learning.


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