On February 1st, The Meadowbrook School families and community were treated to our annual Winter Arts Festival. All of our students, preschool through sixth grade, had everything from pastel beauties to pottery masterpieces on display for their family and friends to see. This year, the festival also featured a special theme to honor our centennial, “Glowing for 100 Years”. In addition to over 750 pieces of student-created art being displayed in our Shuttleworth Gymnasium, one could also take a walk through Thomas Hall to experience the glow gallery, which used black lights to make our students’ neon artwork radiate! And don’t forget – you don’t need the art festival to come see your student’s art. You can find their works of art proudly exhibited all over the school on any given day!
Look at us GLOW!
This year's Winter Arts Festival celebrates the Meadowbrook School's talented students, alumni, parents and friends. If you would like to have your artwork displayed, please contact, art teacher, Becky Blumenthal.
We will also have a "Glow Gallery" and our 6th graders will present their projects in groups.
More information coming soon!