- Shoreline Public Schools
What Will Your Eye Spy at the Shoreline Schools Art Show?
The Shoreline Art Department is proud to present Art Attack: A Showcase of the Shoreline School District’s Visual Art Program. This wonderful show features artwork created by student artists attending Cascade K-8 Community School, Kellogg Middle School, Einstein Middle School, Shorewood High School, and Shorecrest High School.
Work was selected from students in middle school art classes, Ceramics I & II, Advanced Placement Photography, Cartooning, Drawing and Painting I &; II, Studio Art, and Advanced Placement Art.
We would like to acknowledge the district art teachers: Marty Ballew, Lori Chase, Autumn Helling, Brent Holland, Debbie Johnson, Scott Kelley, Laura King, Kevin McCarthy, Fergus Temporada, Craig van den Bosch, and Michael Zadra. Creating visual art is a vital component of Shoreline, and we are excited to showcase some of our students’ work.
We will host an art walk for this annual student exhibition in the main lobby of the Shoreline Center on Tuesday, March 7, 2023 from 5:30 PM to 6:00 PM. The public is invited to view the artwork and speak with some of the artists and their teachers. The work is on display from February 16 through April 11, 2023.
Shoreline Center is located at 18560 1st Ave. NE, Shoreline, WA 98155, and is open to the public on weekdays 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (closed February. 20-24).
Note: Some three-dimensional artwork is also located in the case down the hall to the right as you enter the lobby, toward the ShoreLake Arts office.