Huntsville Youth Art Month exhibit opens today

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HUNTSVILLE, Al. – The Youth Art Month begins today at the Huntsville Museum of Art.

The exhibit displays nearly 200 works of art from children and teens in kindergarten through the 12th grade. Schools represented include:

  • Huntsville City
  • Madison City
  • Madison County
  • Athens County
  • Limestone County
  • Decatur City
  • Scottsboro City

The ribbon-cutting ceremony will begin today at 1:15 PM, and will be presented by Mayor Tommy Battle. The exhibit will remain open through April 30th, but admission to the event is free for today.

In addition to the student’s works, the museum will present the Blue Ribbon Finalists from the Visual Arts Achievement Program and a winner for the Congressional Art Competition.

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