Council Rock

District Art Show 2022

The Visual Art Department is thrilled to host this year's art show in-person! The show will feature work from all 14 of our schools, including the 2 high schools, 2 middle schools and 10 elementary schools. Additionally, we will have our Gallery at the Rock on Display and all of our award winning art work from throughout the school year! The show is a wonderful display of the skill, creativity and passion of all our student artists.

2022 District Art Show Dates

The art show will be held in the gymnasium at CR South High School.

May 20, 2022

Friday Evening Hours

6:00 - 8:00 P.M.

May 21, 2022

Saturday Weekend Hours

10:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.

District Art Show Shirts ordered prior to April 15 will be delivered by May 5.

If you wish to purchase a shirt still, they will be on sale at the art show!

CR South Coloring Book

Purchase CR South’s 2022 Coloring Book created by The National Art Honor Society and Art Forum Club. Over 70 pages of coloring fun in the theme of Fantastic Food for children to color, create and imagine! Coloring books cost $15 dollars and $5 of every purchase will benefit the Dr. Thomas Rittenbaugh Art Scholarship Fund which will be awarded to outstanding CR South artists!

Link to order Coloring Book

Council Rock Award Winning Art Work

Anna Williamson

1st Place 3-D Works

Phillips Mill Youth Art Exhibition

Alexis Filippov

2nd Place 3-D Works

Phillips Mill Youth Art Exhibition

Bethany Conover

National Art Honor Society Juried Exhibition

Mia McCarthy

National Art Honor Society Juried Exhibition

Andy Weaver

National Art Honor Society Juried Exhibition

Abby Reitter

National Art Honor Society Juried Exhibition

Hannah Weiss

3-Dimensional Award

BCCC High School School Art Exhibition

Nari Dunn

Two Silver Key Awards Two Honorable Mentions

National Scholastic Art and Writing Awards

Honoring Dr. Thomas Ritenbaugh

We are honored to dedicate this year's district art show to Dr. Thomas Ritenbaugh. Dr. Ritenbaugh was an art educator in Council Rock for 37 years. He created the foundation for the art curriculum our Council Rock students still learn in schools today. In his time at Council Rock, Dr. Ritenbaugh was named State Art Teacher of the year, National Art Teacher of the Year, and was the president of the Pennsylvania Art Education Association. He was a creative force and a prolific artist throughout his life, working primarily with ceramics, metals, sculpture, and fibers. His most recent works involved transposing aspects of photographs onto canvas and adding both color and complex texture to the images with thread and other fibers. Please visit the display of work created by Dr. Ritenbaugh at this year's show. Our CR Artists are honored to follow the path he created for us all.