Art exhibition coming to Bell High School next month

Arts4All Florida is proud to announce a partnership with Gilchrist County Public Schools. Arts4All Florida, a not-for-profit organization, coordinates a statewide My Art My Way artist in residency program for students with and without disabilities in public schools. The residencies at Bell Elementary and Bell High School were a unique opportunity to extend the traditional My Art My Way program.

Teaching artist Janalyn Peppel taught visual art lessons for eight hours over the past few months. The talented student artists have created their own artwork representing various aspects of 3D design including Virtual Reality and 3D Printing. The theme of this year’s student exhibition is dedicated to Autism Awareness.
On April 17th, the reception for an exhibition and sale of the artwork will be held at Bell High School. The money raised will go to their respective classrooms.
These residencies were sponsored by a generous grant from Suncoast Credit Union. 
The reception is free and open to the public.


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April 17th

from 1:30 to 2:30

Bell High School

930 South Main Street

Bell, FL 32619

For more details:

For more information on the Art My Way artist in residence program, visit or contact Dee Miller, Director of Education, at 813/974-0745.

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