Thirty-two examples of student art created by students at the Bright School are currently on exhibit Creative Discovery Museum through August.
Pre-K through 5th grade art projects are represented. To view the works, just look for the bright yellow and turquoise walls in the center of the museum on the main floor.
“We are so pleased to have our students’ art represented at the Creative Discovery Museum,” said Debby Phillips, art teacher.
“We are delighted with the beautiful art our students create and the wonderful spirit they bring to us all. We are so happy to share their work with visitors to the museum.”
Founded in 1913, Bright School is a coeducational, independent elementary school serving children in grades prekindergarten through five. The school is celebrating its 100th year of operation this year. For more information, visit the school’s website at www.brightschool.com or call 423 267-8546. For information on upcoming Centennial events, visit www.brightschool100.com.