Courtesy of Main Street Gardnerville · 1 min read
GARDNERVILLE, Nev. — Main Street Gardnerville (MSG) invites you to come see their latest “Sidewalk Gallery” exhibit featuring Douglas High School photography students in its 5th annual collaborative exhibit.
This annual exhibit features the incredible photography art work of several Douglas High School students. One of whom has been recognized in the recent a recent American Visions Awards and will travel to Carnegie Hall this summer for National recognition.
The “Sidewalk Gallery” displays photos have been mounted on the boarded-up windows of an old, vacant building at the corner of Eddy Street and Hwy 395 in Gardnerville. This is a revitalization project spearheaded by Main Street Gardnerville to make downtown Gardnerville look more inviting to all those who travel through or live in the area.
The expectation of this project are two-fold, to showcase the exceptional talent of our local students and to provide a vacant building with a purpose.
A special reception was held on Thursday, May 25th, to honor these students and their families.
A special thank you to all who attended this event, including DHS Photography Teacher K.C. Brennan.
Students featured in the gallery include Austin Zivkovic, McKenzie Miller, Liam Holman, Annaliese Muth, Abbie Baxter, Shelby Casaus, Jenna Fraser, Corrine Jackson, Madyson Larimer, Kathryn Rios, Sophia DeLeon, Maddy Ford, Wyatt Free and Noelle MacDonnel.
Over the years, the “Sidewalk Gallery” has featured the great artwork of DHS Photography Students, members of the Carson Valley Art Association, Main Street Volunteers, residents in the Carson Valley. If you are interested in showing you works please contact the Main Street Gardnerville Design Committee with samples of your work at email@example.com.