Door County student artwork on display

A new exhibit at the Miller Art Museum will showcase the art of Door County students. The 45th Annual Salon of  Door County High School Art will open to the public on Saturday, April 20th and will include 152 pieces of art from over 100 students. These students attend one of 5 high schools in Door County or are a part of Sturgeon Bay’s Home-Based Private Education Program. Elizabeth Meissner-Gigstead, Executive Director of the Museum, is excited for the community to come out and see the variety of media present in the Salon.



The opening reception will be held Monday, April 22nd from 7 to 8:30 PM and is a free event open to the public. During the reception, art teachers will be presenting Certificates of Participation to all student artists in the Salon and Executive Director Meissner-Gigstead will be presenting 5 Awards of Excellence and 5 Honorable Mentions.

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