Two feet of snow didn’t deter Utah State Legislators, their families and friends of BTSALP from venturing to the Grand America Hotel for the annual Legislative Dinner.
Art for the program is from The Spike 150 Graphic Novel, Auntie & Lopey Track the Transcontinental Railroad
by Mrs. Quigley’s 4th grade class.
Helen M Knight Elementary School, Moab UT.
BTSALP Visual Art Specialist: Bruce Hucko
Student artwork from BTSALP schools as well as enlarged drawings from the Spike 150 Graphic Novel project were on display to illustrate arts integration and celebrate 150 years of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad.
Jeremy Chatterton, Principal at Dilworth Elementary, Salt Lake City School District, highlighted the Visual Art program at his school and talked about the impact it has had on his school. He proudly showed us some of the “masterpieces” he created alongside the students.
Centerpieces by Every Blooming Thing. The hanging trains were created by Cedar Ridge Elementary School students, Alpine School District, under the supervision of BTSALP Coach, Jen Terry.
Thanks to the Utah State Legislature for their continued support of the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Progam.