Children’s Art Show 2017

Winners 2017

  • Hannah, Grade 7, Quaker Village made the Canada Goose named “Bernadine” – People’s Choice award for sculpture.
  • Shea, Grade 2, Quaker Village made the painting “Forest Animals” – People’s Choice Award for painting.

Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017
20th Annual Uxbridge Juried Art Show / Children’s Art Show

Uxbridge Town Hall map

Key Dates

  • Opening Reception: Scribes Room – Children’s Art Show opening: 6:30 pm
  • Exhibition Dates: Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017 to Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017 (10:00 am to 6:00 pm) Closes Sunday 2:00 pm

What about the future artists in Uxbridge? Where do you find them? Where else – at the schools? Along with the Juried Art Show, and at the same location, Uxbridge Municipal Offices, is a display of the best of Children’s Art collected through the local elementary schools at the end of June. This is a well-oiled machine of an event, with the organizers contacting the schools and getting the commitment and cooperation of the teachers and principals in April. They introduce different art forms, encourage creation of joy, anger, passion, frustration, confusion, imagination; and schedule opportunities for these students to CREATE. Each school will choose 8 pieces of art to be shown during the show.

Contact: Kathy Holdsworth

The 2016 People’s Choice Award

Emmalise Mahoney with show director Mary Margaret Walters

Emmalise Mahoney with show director Mary Margaret Walters

Congratulations go out to Emmalise Mahoney of Goodwood Public School, whose piece “Self Portrait in Pencil” was voted the People’s Choice in the Children’s Art Show.
Photo courtesy of Stuart Blower, SB Visual Media

The 2015 People’s Choice Awards

Roxy Youth film festival

(above) Kayla Bigras, “Waterfall” done when she was at Joseph Gould in grade eight, now at Uxbridge Secondary School. Her teacher was Miss Manis,

Roxy Youth film festival(Above) Maya Burgess, self pencil portrait, done when she was in Grade 7 at Quaker Village Public School. Her art teacher is Tatiana Kapoustina.

2015 photos courtesy of Stuart Blower, SB Visual Media