DARIEN, CT — Darien Library is excited to announce its newest art exhibit: the All-Schools Student Art Exhibition, which will be on display in the Library’s lower level between Tuesday, Feb. 28 and Wednesday, April 11.
All of the artwork hung in the Library’s gallery space during that time has been created by students in kindergarten through twelfth grades at Holmes, Ox Ridge, Tokeneke, Hindley and Royle elementary schools, Middlesex Middle School and Darien High School. In addition to the collection at the Library, students’ artwork will be on display on the first and second floors of Darien Town Hall.
This art-about-town exhibit is an annual feature at both the Library and downtown, and shows of the work of dozens of students. As always, the exhibit is free.
About Darien Library
Darien Library is ranked as one of the top 10 public libraries in the country for its size, according to Hennen's American Public Library Rating, and is a Library Journal Five Star Library. The library is among the busiest in the state with over 1,300 people visiting on an average day, 92% of the town's residents holding library cards, and the highest per capita circulation in Connecticut, with more than 28 items per Darien resident. The library collection includes 120,000 books and 300 newspaper and magazine subscriptions.