SVVSD student art show goes virtual, opened for the whole community, all over the world

The St. Vrain Valley School District student art show was launched today in a virtual format, featuring over 1,450 pieces of artwork showcasing students’ creative work from across all schools in the district.

For nearly twenty years, SVVSD has hosted the Unframed Student Art Show, which is an exhibition of art produced through a variety of media, including sculpture, painting, drawing, jewelry, digital art, photography, and others, that represents every grade level, according to Janay Bird, SVVSD fine arts coordinator.

Each art teacher in the district selects up to 25 student artwork pieces to be included in this annual show, allowing parents, school staff and community members to celebrate the students’ creation alongside them, stated Bird in a press release.