Student Artwork Showcase at AVL — local students elementary to high school are representing WNC at airport

Press release from Asheville Regional Airport:

Asheville Regional Airport (AVL) is pleased to announce that its annual Student Artwork Showcase in on display in its art gallery. Students ranging from elementary to high school, using a variety of mediums, have been selected to exhibit in the showcase. Passengers and visitors will be able to enjoy the art through March 16, 2023.

The following schools are represented in the showcase:

Asheville School

Brevard Elementary School

Christ School

This unique exhibit allows thousands of travelers who pass through the airport daily to get a glimpse of the talent coming from local art students. Each piece was specifically selected and submitted by the art teachers from the participating schools.

“This opportunity to engage with our community through the art of students is a highlight of the year,” said Alexandra Ingle, Brand and Experience Designer at AVL and curator of the gallery. “The showcase provides a unique experience for connection between visitors from all over the world and our region.”

Asheville Regional Airport’s Art in the Airport program is pleased to feature an annual Student Artwork Showcase in its art gallery, highlighting the creativity of students across the region. If your school would like to participate in the next Student Artwork Showcase, please visit flyavl.com and click on Art + Music in the Social Hub to learn more.

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About Andy Hall
Andy Hall graduated from The University of North Carolina School of Journalism and Mass Communication. After working at the United States Capitol for ten years, she has returned to her native state to enjoy the mountains. She is also the Xpress Community Calendar and Clubland coordinator.

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