Published on April 9, 2021
Warwick School District is thrilled to announce its upcoming outdoor “Warwick Art Walk”.
Since the annual district art show cannot be held due to the pandemic, the Warwick Art Department got creative and came up with an alternative concept — an outdoor art walk. Roughly 80 pieces of student artwork from grades K-12 will be displayed in participating business storefronts throughout downtown Lititz. Pieces will be up for the entire month of April.
Be sure to check out the incredible artwork throughout downtown Lititz.
The Warwick School District would like to thank the local businesses for giving students the opportunity to showcase their talents.
"The idea of partnering with downtown businesses to display student artwork came about from our department's brainstorming of ways to showcase the talent and hard work of our students. We're fortunate that so many businesses wanted to help," stated Mr. Nate Nixdorf, art teacher at the Warwick High School. "The students are excited that not only do their friends and family get to view the work, but the general public as well. It's a great sampling of the work created from the kindergarten through high school at Warwick."