Exhibit showing work from Hannibal public, parochial schools available at Hannibal Arts Council galleries

Works by select students from Hannibal's public and parochial schools are display at the Hannibal Arts Council.

The Young Masters Exhibit showcases works from fifth grade, eighth grade and high school students in Hannibal's public and parochial schools, | Photo courtesy of Hannibal Arts Council

HANNIBAL, Mo. — The Young Masters Exhibit, showcasing works from fifth grade, eighth grade and high school students in Hannibal’s public and parochial schools, runs through Tuesday, April 25 in Hannibal Arts Council galleries.

Participating schools are A.D. Stowell Elementary, Eugene Field, Holy Family, Mark Twain Elementary, Oakwood Elementary, St. John’s Lutheran, Veterans Elementary, Hannibal Middle School and select Hannibal High School students taught by Lisa Wiese, James Zimmerman and Christina Strode.

The exhibit is sponsored by First State Insurance Agency, Riedel Foundation, General Mills Hometown Grantmaking Program and in cooperation with the Missouri Arts Council.

For more information, contact the Hannibal Arts Council at 573-221-6545 or findit@hannibalarts.com or visit the website at hannibalarts.com.

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