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Student artwork from Coral Sunset Elementary School will be on display at Daggerwing Nature Center during the month of March. Art Educator, Mary Cavaioli, explains the importance of art in schools, "The Arts have a way of bringing all the other academic subject areas together for students in my K-5 art classes. All K-5 grade levels at my school participate in Integrated Art classes, whether we are discussing and learning about cultures, history, nature, color theory or how our world of visual images connects us, the art experiences are the “glue” which holds their attention and makes for deeper understanding. The environment has become a focus for us at Coral Sunset, we have an active butterfly garden and recycling program at work on our campus! Enjoy our “environmental creations” from Coral Sunset Elementary!"
Attention teachers, photographers, and painters! Daggerwing has an art gallery where we display nature-related photos, paintings, and other artwork by students and local artists. Framed, matted, mounted, or un-mounted, we can display art of most sizes on our cable system!
Left panel - 44” wide; Center panel - 38 ½” wide; Right panel - 44” wide. Vertical distance from cable to cable is 18”.
Artwork is typically displayed for one month. If you’re interested in exhibiting your artwork, please contact the nature center. Reservations are taken on a first-come-first-served basis.
Art Gallery brochure