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Blanco County High School Art Show
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 • Posted May 16, 2013

Uptown Blanco Art Center is proud to present the annual Blanco County High School Art Show featuring students award winning work for 2012-2013 from Blanco High School and Johnson City LBJ High School. This year we will also spotlight Blanco & Johnson City Middle School award winning pieces of art in the display.

Ms. Perry Kuebel is the art teacher at Blanco High School, Ms. Diane Hudson, art teacher in Johnson City LBJ High School & Middle School, and Kris Baker, art teacher at Blanco Middle School. These are the hardworking art leaders of our county and to whom we owe a debt a gratitude for inspiring our young artists.

Blanco Middle School UIL Art team again earned the most points at district in the art event and the Art Teams placed first in district as a team in every grade level. Johnson City LBJ students recently also competed in the regional Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE), and those who won in regional went on to compete for a State Seal. Johnson City LBJ High School had one student receive a Gold Seal and 8 Middle School students received a Silver Seal, the highest awards in state competition.

Opening Reception will be Friday, May 17, from 6 to 8pm in the Uptown Blanco Ballroom. Please join us in honoring these students for their talents and achievements. The exhibit will also be open Saturday, May 18 from 10am to 2pm. The public is cordially invited to honor these students and show your appreciation for their dedication, talent and hard work.

The Uptown Blanco Art Center is located at 317 Main St. (entrance on 3rd). Please email or phone for more information: art@uptownblanco.com or 830-833-1579.

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