The Future of Art: Student Exhibit 2024

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DateApril 4 - April 27

Location 10091 McGregor Blvd
FORT MYERS, FL 33919 United States


Event details

Our walls are doused in student imagination and talent this month. This is the 32nd year the Alliance has partnered with Lee Arts Educators Association (LAEA) and the show features artwork from Lee County elementary, middle and high schools with hundreds of works in a variety of mediums.

Elementary/Middle School Exhibit

On Display: April 4-13, 2024

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 4 from 5 – 7 p.m.

High School Exhibit

On Display: April 19-27, 2024

Opening Reception: Friday, April 19 from 5 – 7 p.m.

This exhibition is sponsored by Florida South Western State College.


Theatre Lobby Gallery:

South Fort Myers High School All Access Art

On Display: April 4-13, 2024

Join us for an extraordinary art show that celebrates the amazing creative talents of students from the South Fort Myers High School All Access Art program- a collaboration between the general education students and students with special needs.

Under the guidance of Kim Bathey, a passionate life skills teacher, and Jeanne Dozier, an experienced art educator, All Access Art program has created some of the most vibrant artworks that will leave you spellbound.

This unique exhibition showcases the incredible talent of these students and their ability to create art that unites us all with a common purpose-to explore our artistic abilities, regardless of our background or limitations.

Digital Lee Student Artwork

On Display: April 19-27, 2024

Digital Lee showcases both design and technology skills of Lee County’s Career & Technology Education (CTE) middle school, high school and post-secondary students. This show will feature Lee County’s Graphic Design, Animation, Publication and Web Design students from each school.  The goal of our CTE programs and participation in Digital Lee is to provide exposure for the students of Lee County; thereby spurring career opportunities, scholarship awards, and local technology involvement that will continue to make Southwest Florida a thriving and culturally rich community.