This Month in the Gallery
Art Inspired by the 2016 Summer Olympics
Art of the Athlete, opens September 30, 2016. This show features a variety of artwork created by the students at Prairie Trace Elementary who were inspired by the 2016 Summer Olympics and the sports they enjoy.
Prairie Trace art students, ranging from Kindergarten through Fifth grade, studied the Olympic symbols, their colors and the history of the Olympic Games.
Students practiced modeling sports poses and then recreated those poses by drawing and sketching what they saw. The artworks were created with paint and mixed media. Some students created sculptures of the sports poses.
The Art of the Athlete exhibit closes at 4pm on October 30, 2016.
About the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Art Teacher: Catherine Carnahan has been teaching art in Carmel for five years and is a Hamilton County native. Mrs. Carnahan loves teaching the students at Prairie Trace, and when she is not teaching art she enjoys painting and crafting.
THE GALLERY ANNEX – Student art from Carmel, Clay and Creekside Middle Schools and Carmel High School will be featured throughout October.
The CAC Community Art exhibit will feature student art from Kawachinagano, Japan. The art is on loan from the Carmel-Kawachinagano Sister Cities Organization.
THE CAC’S CHILDREN’S ART GALLERY HOURS – The gallery will be open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 2pm until 4pm as well as during the October 8th Arts and Design District Gallery Walk from 7pm until 9pm..
Art of the Athlete opens in the Carmel Arts Council’s World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery September 30 and closes October 30.
Be on the lookout for our new student show in November.