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Frankfort resident Rylee Miller works on graffiti art during Hilda Walker teacher Joanna Olszta’s hands-on demonstration Saturday, March 16, at the ArtWorks 2019 event held at Lincoln-Way East. Photos by Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
ArtWorks 2019 attendees (left to right) Josh Bulthuis, Hunter Bulthuis, Austin Borgman, Kelsey Bulthuis, Aubrey Borgman, Ashton Borgman and Addison Borgman look at sculptures from Spencer Pointe students Saturday, March 16, at Lincoln-Way East High School.
Hilda Walker student Gianna Panatera, of Frankfort, poses by her colorful ArtWorks submission.
Laurie Fanelli, Freelance Reporter
2:09 am CDT March 22, 2019

Art was in the air, on the walls and across the campus of Lincoln-Way East during Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210’s annual ArtWorks event.

The March 15 celebration of creativity featured more than 900 works of art from kindergartners through high school seniors who attend more than 30 area schools. Attendees were encouraged to get in on the fun by participating in a variety of art demos, and local student ensembles provided the perfect soundtrack for a day of culture and imagination.