Upcoming Show to Feature Artwork from Brooke and Hancock County Middle Schoolers

Weirton, WV – The Top of West Virginia Arts Council’s Every Child is an Artist exhibit is returning to the Summit Art Gallery on March 9th, 2023. The annual exhibition showcases artwork of students from Brooke and Hancock County middle schools. Students in grades 5-8 from Brooke, Oak Glenn, Saint Joseph the Worker, and Weir middle schools will be recognized by the Top of WV Arts Council at the opening reception from 5-7 p.m. The upcoming show will also feature clothing created with recycled materials by two Brooke Middle Students for their annual “ReFashion Show”. 

“The Arts Council is excited to welcome our community’s young artists back to the gallery,” said event chair Priscilla Runkel. “It’s always exciting to see the creativity and talent in these students’ work. With our permanent Children’s Gallery almost complete, we’ll get to see their work on display year-round.”

The public is invited to attend the free opening reception held at 3539 Main Street, Weirton, WV. Light refreshments and snacks will be served, and parking is available behind the building. The exhibition will remain open Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. until Wednesday, May 3rd at the Summit Art Gallery.


About the Summit Art Gallery and Top of WV CVB 

The Summit Art Gallery is managed by the Top of West Virginia Arts Council, which works under the umbrella of the Top of WV Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB). New exhibitions open at the gallery every two months. Top of WV CVB represents the interests of its membership and encourages tourism, promotes the Arts, and increases economic activity and development to further the general welfare and prosperity of Brooke and Hancock Counties. It is dedicated to advertising local communities as a destination to the recreation, business meeting, and convention markets. Top of WV CVB is an independent non-profit organization, governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.

Learn more at www.topofwv.com