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The Art Show is COMING!

The 2013 HPS District Art Show is just weeks away.  Mark your calendars for the week of  April 22-25.  Georgetown’s special artist feature night will be Tuesday, April 23 from 5:30-7:30 pm.

The new location for the show is the Hudsonville City Hall Community Room (lower level) 3275 Central Blvd., Hudsonville, MI 49426.

You can also avoid the crowds by visiting daily from 9-5pm.

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Art Show 2010-11

Our 10th Annual Student Art Show is right around the corner!  The show features art work created by Hudsonville art showstudents throughout our district, including all seven elementary schools, Baldwin and Riley Street Middle Schools, and Hudsonville High School.   Over 600 works of art will be featured in the show, including 100 pieces from our Georgetown Elementary students.  To view our Georgetown artist who have been selected, visit Mrs. Brouwers blog!

Here are the details about the district wide show:

  • What:  10th Annual Hudsonville Student Art Show
  • When: April 26-29, 2010
  • Where: Park Elementary
  • Community Room, 5525 Park Avenue
  • The show is open daily from 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM, with artist receptions each evening from 5:30-7:30 pm.
  • The reception for GEORGETOWN ARTISTS will be held Monday, April 26 from 5:30-7:30 pm.

During the show, area business owners are invited to participate in Hudsonville Schools’ “Art Around Town” program.  This unique program allows businesses to lease and display professionally framed student artwork in their place of business for one year.  The artwork is returned to the student at the end of the lease period.  Information regarding the Art Around Town lease program is available at the show or by contacting Jason Meyer at .

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Mrs. Brouwer’s Gallery Showing

Mrs. Brouwer, our talented and nationally recognized art teacher, is showing her collage and fiber art at the Gallery Uptown in Grand Haven!  Her opening was this on Friday evening and several of us attended this very special event.

It is quite an honor and accomplishment to be selected for a gallery showing!  Mrs. Brouwer is very humble and does not like to be in the spot light, so the gallery event was forcing her to step outside of her comfort zone.

I must tell you, she looked beautiful and so did all of her pieces.  I snapped a few photos of the artist sharing her work as well as a one of my favorite fiber creations (Hope) and the decorative and functional wool covered soaps.  You can find out more about her work on her school art blog and her Valley View Farm Fiber blog.   If you visit her Valley View blog, you will see the sheep that share their wool…and contribute to some of her work!

josey's collage