Sevastopol School Gets Visitors, Students Involved in Fine Arts Fair

Art teacher Cara Krueger and the Sevastopol School fine arts department plan to get even more people involved in the Fine Arts Night this week, than they did in the first-year event last year.

Last year, Krueger had art of every student in 4-year-old kindergarten through fifth grade on display. At the event open to the public 5-7:30 pm Thursday, March 14, she will have 1,200 artworks on display by approximately 240 students.

Middle school and high school art teacher Klayton Kindt will have visitors and students work on a paint-by-number mural on a large piece of plywood. Viewed straight on, it will be abstract. From an angle, both the artwork and a message for the school centennial will become clearer.

Sevastopol secondary school art teacher Klayton Kindt invites the public to help create a paint-by-number mural during the school’s Fine Arts Fair on Thursday. Photo by Craig Sterrett.

The National Honor Society will serve a pancake dinner 4:30-7 pm.

The Destination Imagination competitors will conduct an audience-participation event where people will learn to solve a “Minute to Win It” challenge.

Other activities include musical performances, an exhibit of projects in community courses, the Foods students cake-decorating display, technical and Fab Lab creations and agricultural Green Room tours and display.

The school is located at 4550 Hwy 57 in Sturgeon Bay.

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