Music in Pictures Art Exhibit on Display Through May
March 10, 2013 by SoWal Staff
Congratulations to Walton County school students and teachers who recently participated in the Second Annual Music in Pictures art contest. Around 1,300 students from 14 Walton County schools listened to and visually interpreted musical selections from Carnival of the Animals by French composer Camille Saint-Saens. Students were asked to interpret one or more of the selections in a piece of artwork. This adventure produced many creative interpretations of: The Royal March of the Lion, The Aviary, The Aquarium, The Kangaroo, The Elephant and The Swan.
Through a juried competition, awards were given to 12 grand prize winners and awards of recognition went to over 300 students. Grand prize winners were recognized at a ceremony and classical music concert at Rosemary Beach Town Hall held on March 3.
All 329 awarded works of art will be on display through May. Currently, the exhibit is distributed in several locations in Rosemary Beach, Carillon Beach, Redfish Village and Sandestin through the month of March.
- Amavida Rosemary Beach
- Hidden Lantern Gallery
- Summer Kitchen
- Wild Olives/Bistro 104
- Wells Fargo – Carillon Branch
- Wells Fargo – Redfish Village
- Wells Fargo – Sandestin
Music in Pictures artwork will be exhibited at these locations after March:
- Sacred Heart Hospital - April
- Coastal Branch Library and Cultural Arts Alliance - May
Music in Pictures is presented by Rosemary Beach Foundation as one of its annual signature programs. As part of this arts in education initiative, Rosemary Beach Foundation recently donated $7,000 to Walton County schools.
Music in Pictures is sponsored by Wells Fargo, St. Joe Community Foundation, The Hidden Lantern Gallery, Winky and Bill Dowdle, and The Merchants of Rosemary Beach.
Rosemary Beach Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization under IRS ID#20-3764896. For more information visit www.rosemarybeachfoundation.org.