The World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery
Presents artwork from the students of
Mohawk Trails Elementary
The World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery – The CAC welcomes an art exhibit from the students of Mohawk Trails Elementary. This art show features a variety of artwork depicting the many art styles the MTE students have studied this year. The students experimented with many mediums of art including drawing, painting, printmaking and collage. Artwork from each grade level is featured.
Open House for Mohawk Trails Elementary – On Sunday, March 8th from 4 until 6pm the Carmel Arts Council will host an open house for the students of Mohawk Trails Elementary, their families and friends. All are welcome.
About the Art Teacher – Scott Barajas
Scott Barajas has taught art for 23 years with the past 13 years at Mohawk Trails. Scott’s classroom is designed to allow all students the opportunity to create art and develop their skills. Along the way, his students discover many artists and their ideas. This journey enables students to understand the work of the artist and its connection to the styles they have learned about. The Mohawk Trails art room is filled with a creative buzz, a strong sense of collaboration and cooperation.
The Gallery Annex
In March the Gallery Annex will feature all new art from the Carmel, Clay and Creekside Middle Schools and Carmel High School.
March is Disabilities Awareness month and in recognition of this the CAC has partnered with the Carmel Advisory Committee on Disability to showcase the exceptional artistic talents of a few students who are affected by disability.
The CACD was formed in 2019 and represents the diverse need and interests of people with disability in Carmel. The organization works hard to promote a culture of inclusion in Carmel. They work with employers to promote the employment of people with disability and they give informed comment on city services and projects that impact people with disability. In addition to this they promote opportunities for people with disabilities to socialize in Carmel.
The Gallery is open:
THE CARMEL ARTS COUNCIL HAS DECIDED TO CLOSE THE GALLERY
UNTIL AT LEAST APRIL 17TH.
WE WANT TO INSURE THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF OUR COMMUNITY.
Gallery Contact Information
Donna Tutwiler, CAC Gallery Coordinator