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Emerging Young Artists' Gallery

Our Emerging Young Artists' Gallery (also referred to as "EYA") is a dedicated gallery space for the emerging young artists in Snohomish County. This gallery can accommodate individual classes or student groups featuring 30 to 200 pieces of student artwork.

Provided through generous support of Hap & Clay Wertheimer 

All student exhibits are in the EYA gallery unless otherwise noted. 

Student Summer Show

June 22-September 5

This exhibit features artwork from students in Everett and Lakewood School Districts, who participated in free grant-funded Schack Educational programs. 

Everett School District students created artwork as part of Schack SPARKS, a pilot program which provided art supplies and art lesson to all students at Hawthorne, Emerson, and Garfield Elementary Schools.   

Lakewood School District students and their families involved in the English Language Learner program created artwork during a bilingual family engagement night at Lakewood High School led in collaboration with a Schack Educator and Lakewood SD staff. 

Art Alternatives Student Show: Possible Animal Athletes Book

September 9, 2021-January 2, 2022

This exhibit features original artwork created by students in the Schack Art Center's Art Alternative Program. Students have worked over the past year in collaboration with instructors Henri Wilson, Pat Nostrand and Sarah Estes to create the eighth book in the "Possible" book series for young readers. 

Art Alternatives is an art enrichment program for students at Denny Juvenile Justice Center's STEP diversion program and the PASS detention alternative school