BELEN — Kathleen Pickering, Belen Public Library director, and artist Paula Castillo are excited to announce “Bird’s Eye View,” a Central Elementary student art exhibit, hosted by the Belen Public Library and curated by the Young Curators Club (YCC) from Infinity High School.
This exhibit will feature student artwork from Central Elementary’s art classes guided by art educator Andrea Torrez.
“Bird’s Eye View” is a tongue-in-cheek examination of how human limitations prevent us from fully experiencing the environment, other species and ourselves. Student artists produced work that helps others understand their experiences, observations, and stories more deeply.
“Bird’s Eye View” will be available for viewing in the Belen Public Library community room and will be up from March 22, through April 12. Visitors are welcome to see the exhibit during library hours, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Saturday.
If you go:
- What: “Bird’s Eye View” opening reception
- When: 1-3 p.m., Saturday, March 25
- Where: Belen Public Library, 333 Becker Ave., Belen
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