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    Naramore Art Show Showcases Outstanding Student Art
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    Naramore 2018 poster art with art work by Zoe Russell and dates of exhibition.

    2018 Naramore Art Show

    The Naramore Art Show celebrates over 200 artworks by Seattle Public Schools middle and high school students at the Seattle Art Museum’s Community Corridor — and it's FREE!

    The art show's poster displayed on this page features last year's winning piece "Confusion," by Zoe Russell, Garfield High School, Class of 2017.

    Exhibition dates:
    April 4 - May 27, 2018
    Awards Ceremony and Teen Night Out:
    May 4, 2018, 6-7 p.m.

     

    Seattle Public Schools has held the Naramore Art Show since 1985 to celebrate the success of our highest achieving arts students and share their learning with our community.

    Floyd A. Naramore, whose name is honored by this exhibition, was a visionary architect who invested deeply in his community and in the education of our students. He designed over 22 schools, including Roosevelt, Garfield and Cleveland high schools, and several middle school buildings.

    Read more about arts curriculum at Seattle Public Schools.

    You can also read more about the Naramore show on the Seattle Art Museum website.