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The Summit County community is invited to celebrate and recognize the artistic achievements of Summit High School students tonight. The evening begins with a reception for the Senior Art Show in the High School Commons area from 5-6:30 p.m. The art show features works from students in the areas of ceramics, traditional black and white photography, digital photography, metalsmithing, drawing, painting and sculpture. All of the artwork on display is from 12th grade students who have participated in various art programs at Summit High School. Refreshments will be provided.Immediately following the art show is the Seventh Annual Summit High School Tiger Film Festival. The Tiger Film Festival is a first-time production, which will showcase a collection of short video projects from the Summit High School video production classes. Over 80 students have contributed to the 30 videos that will be presented at the festival. The festival is a chance for the community to view the creative films and projects that have been made throughout the course of the 2009-2010 school year. Three awards will be presented to the top films by a panel of expert judges, and one award will be presented based on a vote from the students.The 10 best of the films will be entered in the Breckenridge Festival of Film for an exhibition of high school films and filmmakers. Tickets are just $3, and the show runs from 7-10 p.m.For more information, call (970) 368-1100.

Organizers of AVAC Fine Art Fair July 10 in Buena Vista Colo., are seeking artists to participate. This event is a outdoor, screened show sponsored by The Arkansas Valley Art Center. Proceeds pay for projects, art education and cultural enrichment of the Upper Arkansas River Valley. Interested artists can obtain registration forms by calling (719) 395-8372 or by e-mailing artinfo@avacgallery.com.

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