The Art Guild of Menomonee Falls, along with Menomonee Falls High School, proudly presents an art show by the young artists in our community. Each student piece in the exhibition was chosen by the student’s art instructor for its outstanding merit. The pieces on display will range from drawings, paintings, collage, metals to sculpture.
The Guild and MFHS will be hosting a free opening reception with the young artists present, on January 10, 6:00 – 8 p.m. The show will be on display from January 10 – February 10. The Art Gallery is located in the lobby area off of the Menomonee Falls High School Auditorium. For more information about the student exhibit, please contact 414.719.6613.
The Art Guild of Menomonee Falls (AGMF) is a new nonprofit (503)(c) arts organization managed and supported by community members and volunteers. Our focus is to provide local artists living in/around Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, with opportunities & resources for networking, exhibition, and artistic development workshops. For more information or participation in the Art Guild, please contact 262-424-1570, or firstname.lastname@example.org, or go to our website at www.artguildmf.org.
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