A selection of artwork from the first Kiddo! Virtual Art Show, representing work from throughout the Mill Valley School District. Courtesy images.

Although the Mill Valley School District ended its 2019-20 year early and abruptly due to the COVID-19 crisis, its students had churned out a ton of artwork before it did so.

In lieu of its traditional art shows around town, Kiddo!, the Mill Valley Schools Community Foundation, which funds art, music, dance, drama, poetry and myriad other programs, unveiled a virtual art show this week, showcasing more than 700 pieces of visual art from MVSD students ranging from kindergarten to eighth grade. 

“As we continue to face the realities of our current world, our art teachers, along with Kiddo! Board members and parent volunteers, put their heads together to figure out a way to document and showcase some of the very special works of art and the amazing creative output they have seen over the past weeks from our wonderful students,” Kiddo! Executive Director Bill Lampl says. “This art show represents a very special opportunity to see so many works created during this very unusual time distanced from school.”


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