Future Strokes Artwork and Sculptures

Each year ESU #3 displays the artwork of K-12 students from our 18 districts in a program called Future Strokes Artwork and Sculptures. The artwork is displayed in the gallery on the first floor, and the sculptures are displayed in the art cases on the second floor.

Art teachers from across the service area are invited to participate in this program. Participating teachers select student art that will be displayed during a scheduled four to six-week showing. As part of this service, ESU #3 provides the participating district/school with a parent letter offering congratulations on the the student artwork and inviting them to come to the service unit to see it on display.

Students, family, friends, and the public may view the Future Strokes Artwork and Sculptures showing during ESU #3 office hours, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. ESU #3 is located at 6949 South 110th Street, LaVista.

Student artwork from Erin Schaapveld's art classes at Arlington Elementary and Middle Schools (K-7).

Student artwork from Erin Schaapveld's art classes at Arlington Elementary and Middle Schools (K-7).

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