Teen Spirit was created in 1993 as a part of an ongoing effort to support the area’s art programs and to recognize the talented youth of the region. Teen Spirit has come to symbolize the success of art education in the area. This show is a tribute to all the schools, students, teachers and other art professionals, whose outstanding work and enthusiasm over the years have been integral to the success of the exhibition. Including a broader range of schools gives the exhibition a truly regional aspect that builds upon its history as a showcase for secondary school students.
IMPORTANT DATES for 2023
Submission deadline: Saturday, October 14
Exhibition: November 17 – December 3
Reception: Sunday, December 3, 1-3pm
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Teen Spirit 2023 included artwork from 175 students in 9 regional high schools, for a total of 263 works in the gallery.
Teen Spirit 2022 included artwork from 215 students in 10 regional high schools, for a total of 220 works in the gallery.
Teen Spirit 2021 included artwork from 160 students in 9 regional high schools, for a total of 189 works in the gallery.
Teen Spirit 2020 included artwork from 70 students in 6 regional high schools, for a total of 85 works in the virtual gallery.