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March 10, 2016
 

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The 8th Annual Young Artists' Exhibit at the Wichita Public Library

Starting April 1st, the Wichita Public Library will display artwork created by hundreds of local preschool students. This is the 8th year the Library has hosted this unique exhibit. It occurs surrounding the Week of the Young Child, April 10 - 16, a national celebration of early learning, young children, their teachers and families.

The Wichita Public Library has partnered with early childhood programs across Wichita to challenge our City's youngest artists, ages 0-6, to create artwork based on books. 

Throughout the month of April, the Young Artist Exhibit can be seen at the Central Library and 5 library branches: Maya Angelou Northeast, Lionel D. Alford, Evergreen, Ford Rockwell, and Westlink.

Artist Receptions will be held at each of those locations for the artists and their families to enjoy a storytime and mingle with fellow artists. The public is welcome to attend. 

The full schedule of the receptions and more information can be found at the Wichita Public Library's website www.wichitalibrary.org

Wichita Public Library provides collections and services that inform, entertain and enrich the quality of life in Wichita. For more information, visit www.wichitalibrary.org.

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316-268-4351

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Stephanie Huff
316-261-8524

 
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* Young Artists' Exhibit page
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