CARRABASSETT VALLEY — Carrabassett Valley Academy art students will showcase their work at the annual CVA Art Show from 5:45 to 7 p.m. Thursday, May 18, at the Carabassett Valley Public Library.

The event is open to the public, and refreshments will be served.

“The students really look forward to this show,” CVA art teacher Waylon Wolfe said. “It’s great that our student artists get this opportunity to display their work and get some recognition for their creativity and hard work.”

CVA began operations in 1969 to help racers and freestylers sharpen their skills for competitive skiing. In the winter of 1982-83, spurred by H. King Cummings and other pioneers, CVA opened its doors for the first time as a five-month, winter-term, tutorial program. CVA’s charge was to develop a school for student athletes based on the Greek ideal of developing equally the body, mind and spirit.

This photograph by CVA student Nick Malone is one of the many pieces to be featured at the annual CVA Student Art Show.


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