Special to Valley News
The Santa Rosa Academy, a public charter school located at the Menifee Town Center, is hosting a student art exhibit for two weeks in April.
The second annual Santa Rosa Academy Student Art Exhibit showcases artwork from over 300 elementary and high school students. Their artwork celebrates students’ creativity, uniqueness and individuality. The art will include examples of crochet and sewing, graphic design, photography and traditional paintings displayed in a professional setting. The high school students will have the opportunity for their submissions to be judged, and awards and ribbons will be presented.
This ambitious exhibit has been made possible with the cooperative effort of the Santa Rosa Booster Club, which made a generous art display donation, and art advocate Ines Miller, who volunteers as the art instructor for the Santa Rosa Academy’s elementary levels. Miller is a professional artist and a board member of both the Temecula Valley Art League and Canyon Lake Art Association.
The student art exhibit will be open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. now through April 21 in the Carmel Library on campus. An artist reception will be held Thursday, April 20, at 5 p.m. at Santa Rosa Academy, 27587 La Piedra Road in Menifee.