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    National Conference Center displays student artwork

    Samples of more artwork are below. Courtesy artwork/National Conference Center
    The National Conference Center in Leesburg will be hosting a series of student art exhibits throughout the next year.

    The current display features work from Tuscarora High School students, which will be available for viewing until Jan. 31.

    The 17 pieces are on display in the West Building. The exhibit showcases different types of art, including drawings and cut paper. The works of art, completed during the school year, were selected by art teachers at Tuscarora High School, Linda Konya, Jim Haller and Cathrine Hancher.

    “As the educated choice for learning, we are so honored to support young adults and the local community,” Phillip T. Saims, director of sales and marketing at NCC said in a prepared statement. “The exhibit is such a wonderful addition to the West Building.”

    NCC will be holding a contest on Facebook during the last two months of the Tuscarora High School student exhibit. On Dec. 9, a photo of each piece on display was posted to the NCC Facebook page at facebook.com/nccmeet/photos_albums. The artist with the most “likes” by Jan. 31 will receive a special Tiffany & Co. prize from NCC.

    Future exhibitions include artwork from Balls Bluff Elementary School and Smarts Middle School.

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