SAMA exhibit will feature Harlandale ISD student art work

SAMA exhibit will feature Harlandale ISD student art work
Posted on 03/02/2018

In celebration of the city’s tricentennial, the San Antonio Museum of Art will feature artwork from students in grades K-12 to tell their stories of our city.

A total of 56 art pieces from Columbia Heights Elementary students were submitted and selected to be a part of the SAMA’s City Colorific: SA300 exhibition.

The exhibition is scheduled for March 13 from noon to 4 p.m., which coincides with the museum’s free day and Spring Break Family Day.

Our students used color pencils, Sharpies and liquid watercolors to create the art,” Columbia Heights Art Teacher Noe Garza explained.

The theme was based on the history of San Antonio and the students seized the opportunity to concentrate on our world renowned missions.

“Our students learned meaningful lessons from San Antonio's history and how it has come to mold our present life,” Garza added. “We enjoyed this colorful and sometimes painful quest about our city's past but we believe our students created works of art that embraced our diversity and our culture.”

Columbia Heights extends a sincere thank you to San Antonio Museum of Art Education Coordinator Jessica Nelson and her staff for offering this excellent opportunity. 

Way to go, Columbia Heights!

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