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Modern Automotive “Spring Arts Extravaganza”

Exhibition is free and open to the public March 15-19, 2022

Winston-Salem, NC (March 2, 2022) – Students from across Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools will showcase student art at the Modern Automotive Spring Arts Extravaganza March 15 through March 19 at Arts Council’s Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts. The exhibition will feature the best artwork from across the school system, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and mixed media.

“Arts Council believes that access and integration of the arts within our schools is vital for the success of our community,” said Chase Law, President and CEO of Arts Council. “We thank Modern Automotive, WS/FCS, and Sawtooth School for Visual Art for helping to bring this vision to life through the Modern Automotive Spring Arts Extravaganza.”

The show will feature three divisions -- Elementary, Middle School and High School – and will award prizes for each division. A reception, which is free and open to the public, will be held on Friday, March 18 from 4:00 to 6:00 pm. Modern Automotive’s “Artists of the Future” contest winners and certificate recipients will be announced on Friday during the public reception at 5:30pm. The reception will feature a special art activity for youth at Sawtooth School for Visual Art.

Three winners will receive a $250 Sawtooth scholarship sponsored by Modern Automotive. Additionally, Sawtooth will present each winner with a one-year family membership. Modern will present three honorable mention artists with a one-year student membership to Sawtooth as well. Art teachers of the three first-place winners will be awarded a $150 Dick Blick certificate to purchase supplies for their classrooms. Photographs of student winners will be featured in Modern’s print advertising.

Modern Automotive has 17 dealerships across the state and has been family owned and based in Winston-Salem since 1933.

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