Feb. 28 to April 3, 2021
Both Ends of the Rainbow, the Schweinfurth Art Center’s annual exhibition of art by students and seniors, will open Feb. 28, 2021. The show usually includes the work of more than 1,000 pre-K to 12th-grade students in the Cayuga-Onondaga BOCES district and seniors age 65 and up who live in Cayuga County or are members of the Schweinfurth.
Last year, because the COVID-19 pandemic forced the art center to shut down, the popular exhibit was switched to an online format.
This year, the art center will be hanging the exhibit in our gallery and inviting the public to view it. However, there will be no opening reception.
The art center has instituted several protocols to protect staff and visitors from the coronavirus. Attendance in the gallery is limited to 26 people at a time, so visitors must make reservations to tour the exhibit. All visitors must wear masks during their entire visit and are encouraged to use our hand sanitizing stations. Click here to see a full list of the protocols on our website.
The exhibit also features art by seniors 65 and older who live in Cayuga County or are members of the Schweinfurth. New this year is a display of artwork made by teachers who have students participating in the show.
Thank you to our sponsor for this exhibition:
Here are videos of artwork by Auburn Junior High School students that were submitted digitally and are on display as slide shows in the exhibit:
Students from the following schools and districts will be participating this year:
Auburn Enlarged City School District
Cato-Meridian Central School District
Cayuga/Seneca Community Action Agency Head Start
Peachtown Elementary School in Aurora
Skaneateles Central School District
Southern Cayuga Central School District
Weedsport Central School District
Take a virtual tour of the exhibit: