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Community Arts Program

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The Community Arts Program began almost eight years ago as a way to promote and showcase student artwork in public places.  Student works are chosen and exhibited on a rotating basis at public places and businesses throughout Livonia.  The program allows students to experience pride in the display of their art in the community and strengthens our connection with local businesses and public places within Livonia and Westland.

Program Coordinator: Kellie Stark

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Central Office Display

The Livonia Public Schools visual arts program’s monthly display at Central Office has been a time-honored tradition started almost 30 years ago.  Student artwork is displayed on a rotating monthly basis by art teachers from all elementary and secondary schools.  Located in the lower-level outside our district’s board office, the display presents a special opportunity for teachers to showcase the talents of their students for our district’s administration, Board of Education and community stakeholders.  The public display of art brings merit to our students’ artistic abilities and shows the benefits of a strong visual arts program.

Check out our current display here!