Clackamas Education Service District displays gallery from exhibitors in 25 schools across county

On Thursday, May 3, Clackamas Education Service District will welcome community members to walk through a gallery of over 300 student exhibitors from 25 schools around the county.

The gallery walk begins at 5 p.m. at the service district's headquarters, 13455 SE 97th Ave., Clackamas.PHOTO COURTESY: MELISSA BURT - Milwaukie Academy of the Arts sophomore Julie Rogers' piece is called 'Brainwashed.'PHOTO COURTESY: MELISSA BURT - Max Hasibar of Gardiner Middle School titled this piece 'The Heart Within.'PHOTO COURTESY: MELISSA BURT - Happy Valley Middle School sixth grader Ekaterina Ozerkov titled this piece 'Summer Time.'PHOTO COURTESY: MELISSA BURT - Clackamas High School senior Samantha Marley's mutilmedia piece is called 'Ace.'PHOTO COURTESY: MELISSA BURT - Gladstone High School senior Tiana Greene's untitled piece.PHOTO COURTESY: MELISSA BURT - Gladstone High School senior Adrian Peterson's 'Not Love' artwork.

"Clackamas ESD frequently convenes school district staff to collaborate and support one another in our goals to serve all students," said Jada Rupley, Clackamas ESD superintendent. "This art show is a rare opportunity for us to convene the families and students of those school districts to join together and celebrate incredible talent."

At 6 p.m. on May 3, students will receive awards in the following categories: Jurors' Choice, Staff Pick, Small School Award, Photography, 3D Art, Digital, Portraiture, Painting & Drawing, and a Promise Award for middle school students.

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