"This is a unique opportunity for young artists to publicly display their work, win awards and gain recognition," said Tracy Bauer of ADAS. "And folks who attend the exhibit can gain further appreciation for the importance of encouraging our young people to develop their creative talents."
Each school's art department is doing an initial jurying of their students' work, and then submitting it. The Danville Arts Commission will judge the finalists.
A reception is being held from 3-6 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 27, for the artists and their families. The public is welcome. Musical entertainment will be provided by San Ramon Valley High. The gallery is located at 524 Hartz Ave.