Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, March 21, 2019 – Artwork created by select students in grades K-12 from Cuyahoga Falls City Schools is now hanging in City Hall in preparation for the annual All City Art Walk in May. The artwork is currently on display in City Hall’s Utility Billing hallway as well as the second floor conference room.
“We are proud to provide continued access to local arts through the art installations at City Hall in partnership with Western Reserve Hospital,” said Mayor Don Walters, Cuyahoga Falls. “We are thrilled to showcase the innate talent from our students at Cuyahoga Falls schools and invite the public to come enjoy these spectacular pieces created by our young artists.”
The following students have works of art on display in City Hall until May 10:
Xaverie Laney and Mariah Bray – Price Elementary Helena Pete and Noah Newsome – Lincoln Elementary Ella Filko and James Sardinak – Preston Elementary Serenity Kimberlin and Hayden Aleshire, Sophia Gamble – Richardson Elementary Jonathan Lewis and Lilly Didytch – Silver Lake Elementary Jocelyn Wilson – Dewitt Elementary Albestina Subba and Leah Riczo – Roberts Middle School Kyra Ferguson and Josh Hall – Bolich Middle School Eh Saw, Kim Reese, Ryan Souders, Hayley Pearson, Anjana Subedi, Abby Miller, Jacob Trhlik and Caelum Alexander – Cuyahoga Falls High School
“Western Reserve Hospital enjoys supporting local art exhibitions, and it is especially rewarding to help highlight the work of young artists from our community,” said Dr. Robert Kent, president and CEO, Western Reserve Hospital. “We are grateful for our ongoing partnership with the City of Cuyahoga Falls and look forward to sharing more art with our residents and visitors throughout 2019.”
In addition to student artwork, the Art Walk will also include music, photo booths, make it and take it activities, food and interactive art projects.
The current locations for the family-friendly All City Art Walk include City Hall, First Christian Church, Harps & Thistles Yarn Emporium, Metropolis Popcorn, Pav’s Creamery, Yum-Yum Sweet Shop, Celia’s Boutique, Cuyahoga Valley Art Center, CF Chamber of Commerce and the Pavilion at Falls Riversquare.
The public is encouraged to view the students’ art show in City Hall during regular business hours, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information about the All City Art Walk, visit www.cfallsartwalk.weebly.com.