King Mayor's Celebration of Youth Launches

On Thursday, April 4th, there will be an opening reception for the Mayor’s Celebration of Youth Arts at the King Township Municipal Centre from 6-8:30 PM featuring artwork by Senior School artists at CDS, King City Secondary School and Villanova College. 
 
This annual youth art exhibition is an initiative presented by Arts Society King in partnership with the Township of King and Mayor Steve Pellegrini. All students are deserving of accolades for their creative and courageous sharing of their artwork in this celebration of talented young artists of King Township.
On Thursday, April 4th, there will be an opening reception for the Mayor’s Celebration of Youth Arts at the King Township Municipal Centre from 6-8:30 PM featuring artwork by Senior School artists at CDS, King City Secondary School and Villanova College. 
 
This annual youth art exhibition is an initiative presented by Arts Society King in partnership with the Township of King and Mayor Steve Pellegrini. All students are deserving of accolades for their creative and courageous sharing of their artwork in this celebration of talented young artists of King Township.
 
The following 15 CDS student artists will have their work on display:

Eden Davis ’25 Beacon in a Blizzard - Oil on Canvas
Avery Fortin ’24 Stair to Success - Mixed Media Sculpture
Madelyn McCarthy ‘24 Through the Porthole - Acrylic on Canvas
Belinda Cheng ‘25 Till Death Do Us Part - Digital and Mixed Media
Claire Sokullu ’25 Claire's GT3RS - Chalk and Charcoal
Kitty Zhang ’25 The West Lake, Hangzhou City, China - Oil Painting
Savannah Bratty ’25 Grotto Azzurra - Oil Painting 
Brooke Lowry ’25 Untitled - Oil Painting 
Sydney MacDonald ’25 Latte the Cat - Chalk and Charcoal
Angelina Cai ‘25 Nova Scotia Waters - Oil Painting 
Izabella Marzilli ‘25 Sicilian Serenity - Oil Painting
Hudson Tognarelli ’26 Flowers of the Dead - Digital and Mixed Media
Libby Montgomery ‘26 Highland - Pencil on Paper
Caterina Cesaria ‘26 Zuko's Zipper - Pencil on Paper
Alexandra Bagnall-Trofymowych ’27 Untitled - Clay
 
The displays will run from March 25th through April 19th. Be sure to check it out in person!
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Founded in 1972, The Country Day School is a co-educational private school offering programs in JK-12 and located on 100 acres north of Toronto in King.