Artwork by 89 students from Columbus Community High School will be on display at the Columbus Junction Public Library. The library is hosting the event for a second straight year. Art director Kathleen Almelien says students in all four grades have produced art for the exhibit, which is on display until Sunday, May 9th.
She says the aim of the art department is to make thinking visible and to find self in the world. She adds many different types of art will be on display, such as jewelry making and photography.
The exhibit is open to the public during regular library hours, and Almelien says the library will remain open from noon to one all next week.