Exhibit showcases students' artwork

Student artwork from Walkers Art Clubs program is on display at the National Gallery through June 20. 

The exhibition, titled “Kaleidoscope,” includes more than 50 artworks, including drawings, prints, paintings, assemblage art and batik. It was curated by National Gallery Deutsche Bank intern Lyle Anderton. 

Mark Lewis, senior partner at Walkers, said the program also provides activities for teens who are studying for their final exams and for young people with special needs. “It allows students from both public schools and the private schools to meet and interact over art [and] is something we at Walkers are very proud of.” 

In its 10th year, the program benefits approximately 120 students each week from various preschools, primary and secondary schools on Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac with a number of art programs. 

Mr. Lewis thanked the National Gallery for supporting the program, for providing first-rate instruction to the students and for exhibiting the unique collection of children’s artwork, “which really does reflect the artistic talent of children in the Cayman Islands,” he said. 

For more information about Walkers art clubs, contact the National Gallery at 945-8111 or email [email protected]

Mark Lewis, senior partner at Walkers, said the program also provides activities for teens who are studying for their final exams and for young people with special needs.  

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Local art students with Walkers representatives at the National Gallery.
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