2019 Capitol Youth Art Month Exhibition Artists Announced

Congratulations to Kali Hammen (Round Rock HS) and Izabel Ruiz (Grisham MS) for having their work chosen to represent the district in the 2019 TAEA Capitol Youth Art Month Exhibition. Their teachers are Mary Jeffrey (Round Rock HS) and Kristin Goodman (Grisham MS).

This exhibit showcases Pre-K-12 works of art from across the state of Texas.  Student work from 60 school districts will be exhibited in two Austin locations: at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum from March 3-17, 2019, and the Lower Rotunda at the State Capitol from March 24-31, 2019.   The artwork was selected by jurors from the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA).

“We are excited to have our student’s work highlighted in this prestigious exhibition as part of the 2019 celebration of Youth Art Month,” said Tim Lowke, assistant director of visual and performing arts. “Youth Art Month is a national celebration of the art youth create daily and in Round Rock ISD, it shows the depth and complexity of our visual arts education program as we work to become a world-class destination district for students and families. Visual arts in an integral part of a student’s overall educational experience.”

“Mi Mundo / My World”
Izabel Ruiz
Grisham Middle School

“Destructive Materialism”
Kali Hammen
Round Rock High School

Learn more about Youth Art Month at Texas Art Education Association or The Council for Art Education.