LCPS Students Exhibit Artwork at GW (April-June 2011)

Exhibit Open to the Public through June 7
Artist Reception May 12

EVENT:  Student artwork from Loudoun County Public Schools on exhibit at The George Washington University Virginia Science and Technology Campus (VSTC). The exhibit features two-dimensional, mixed-media works by more than 50 student artists from Balls Bluff Elementary School, Cool Spring Elementary School, John W. Tolbert Jr. Elementary School, and Pinebrook Elementary School.

WHEN:  Artist Recognition Reception,
Thursday, May 12, 6:30–8:00 p.m.

EXHIBIT DATES:  April 12, 2011-June 7, 2011

GALLERY VISITATION:  Open to the public. Please call building security at 703-726-8368 to confirm access for planned visit.

WHERE:  The George Washington University Virginia Science and Technology Campus, 20101 Academic Way, Rm. 121, Ashburn, VA (At University Center off of Rt. 7, one mile west of Rt. 28)

COST:  The reception is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.

BACKGROUND:  The GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus partners with Loudoun County Public Schools to showcase works by local students of all ages. This exhibit is one of a series of ongoing student artwork exhibits hosted by the University.

The GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus was established in Loudoun County in 1991 as a center for innovative research, graduate education, and regional corporate partnerships. The Campus hosts a dozen centers of excellence in critical areas such as energy science and technology, transportation safety, and high performance computing. The GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus also offers more than 20 graduate degree and certificate programs in business, education, and engineering, and unique undergraduate programs in health sciences and nursing. Located at the University Center in Ashburn, the campus is positioned strategically in the Northern Virginia technology corridor near Dulles International Airport, just 12 miles west of Tysons Corner and 8 miles east of Leesburg.

For more information about the exhibit call the VSTC's Office of Corporate and Community Relations at (703) 726-3650.