Exhibition showcases Lighthouse artists

| 26/03/2015 | 0 Comments
Cayman News Service

“Driftwood” is over 6’ long and made with recycled pallets and cut driftwood from East End and West Bay

Cayman News Service


(CNS): A collection of diverse work will be on display at the National Gallery this weekend for a special fundraiser for the Lighthouse School. The art exhibit and auction on Saturday evening includes a cross-section of work from the students at the school, and although designed to raise money, it is also a showcase for the students’ impressive artistic talents.

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“This is the Lighthouse School’s first ever art exhibit,” a spokesperson for the school said. “We are striving for the recognition of our special children and their abilities. There will be both a silent and live auction on some amazing pieces that the children have produced.”

Tickets for the event cost $75, which includes hors d’oeuvres and wine. The money raised will go towards equipment for the school’s  playgrounds and for musical instruments.

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Category: Arts, Events, Lighthouse School, Schools

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