Neshaminy art shows celebrate creativity

Neshaminy’s ele­men­tary schools held an online art show dur­ing the final weeks of school. Students were encour­aged to cre­ate art and dis­play it on Flipgrid, an online pre­sen­ta­tion tool that allowed them to share with their art with fel­low stu­dents across the District. The show received over 300 sub­mis­sions, which were viewed a total of over 10,000 times.

A District online art show of works cre­at­ed in school before schools closed in March is being dis­played on the District social media and web­site from July 3–13. Art teach­ers gath­ered the art­works from their class­rooms and shared images of some of the best art­works for the show. A gallery from one school is fea­tured each day, and the show’s finale will be a dis­play of the Neshaminy High School advanced art class stu­dent port­fo­lios.

Various artworks from the Neshaminy Art Show