Three LCS Artists Show Work 15th Annual Congressional Art Show
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Congratulations to high school art students Shelbie Adams (senior), Fareed Khamitov (senior) and Molly Sharpe (senior). These students had work accepted in to the Polk Museum of Art’s 15th Annual Congressional Art Show. The show ran from March 12 through April 17.The awards were held on April 16, and Fareed received a Merit Award and the Museum Purchase Award for his piece, “The Man Who Sold the World.” His piece is now part of the permanent collection at the Polk Museum of Art.