Westlake Chinese Cultural Association to hold student art show

Westlake Chinese Cultural Association is a 27-year-old non-profit organization. WCCA's mission is to promote intercultural exchanges, provide Chinese cultural information and services, and deliver quality Chinese language education to our communities. Started as a home school, WCCA welcomes anyone who is interested in learning the Chinese language, or about Chinese arts, culture and traditions.  Classes are held on Saturday mornings at Lee Burneson Middle School in Westlake for all ages, including adults.

This April, the student council will sponsor its first art show, to showcase the WCCA student talents and promote the Chinese culture. There are two categories for the art: 2D and 3D. In each category, there are three age groups: seven years old and under; ages 8-12; and ages 13 and up. Bradley Bay Health Center is proud to host this art show of the WCCA. The shows opening will be held on April 12 in Bradley Bay’s Assisted Living, 605 Bradley Road, Bay Village, for the students and their guests. 

Everyone is invited to view the exhibit from April 13 through noon on April 19, where the art will remain on display. Come in to enjoy the art and bid on pieces that the students have chosen to sell. Proceeds from the purchased pieces will be shared among the artist, the WCCA and a selected charity.

The show will close on April 19 at 2 p.m., with a closing celebration for the students and their guests. 

More information on the WCCA can be found at www.westlakechineseschool.org.

Donna D'Amico

Marketing Director for Bradley Bay Health Center in Bay Village.

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