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    Montlake at SAM February 2018
    Posted on 02/16/2018
    Student art work on display at SAM

    Introducing Myself: Student Art from Montlake Elementary on View at SAM

    Seattle Art Museum
    Feb. 7 through March 30
    Community Corridor
    10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

    Art work detailMontlake Elementary presented their third exhibition in Seattle Art Museum's Community Corridor, Introducing Myself, during the month of February and March.

    In honor of Black History Month, students work paid tribute to African American artists including Kehinde Wiley, Amy Shepard, Augusta Savage and Nick Cave to name a few.

    Featured are more than 500 examples of paintings, textile arts, soft sculpture and clay created by students grades K-5. A few of the works are shown are pictured on this page.

    Montlake Elementary students went on an all school field trip and artist reception on February 15. Students enjoyed an artist reception in the Arnold Board Room as well as tour the museums permanent collection. The Montlake tour was the first school to view the fantastic and soulful new exhibit on opening day, Figuring History. The kids sketched in their drawing books and found inspiration in work from Kehinde Wiley and Nick Cave's soundsuits.

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    Student clay artworkStudent art work on display