The Annual Iyoya Children’s Art Show will showcase work by young artists from the Hudson Valley from March 11-16 in the Palmer Gallery, in Main Building at Vassar College.
The show highlights young children’s interest in the visual arts and encourages their use of the arts to express themselves. The exhibit’s namesake, John Iyoya, was a Vassar student known for his creativity and love of children.
This event is sponsored by the Education Department.
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Annual Iyoya Children’s Art Show to showcase work by young artists from the Hudson Valley at Vassar’s Palmer Gallery, March 11-16, 2018
Posted by Office of Communications Friday, February 16, 2018