Congressional High School Arts Exhibition Opens
General Motors Supports 2007 Student Arts Competition/Exhibition
Washington, DC -- Emily Jordan Osment, famous for her roles of Gerti Giggles in the Spy Kids trilogy and Lilly Truscott in Hannah Montana, along with Antonio Martorell, a well known Puerto Rican graphic artist, writer, radio and TV personality, join more than 250 students, leaders of Congress and General Motors at this year’s ribbon-cutting ceremony officially opening the exhibit today in the Cannon House Office Building.
Organized by the Congressional Arts Caucus, the exhibit is the result of high school art competitions conducted in congressional districts sponsored by participating House members. The winning art is displayed in the Cannon building corridor leading to the U.S. Capitol. More than 200 young artists from across the country will participate in the ceremony.
“General Motors supports the students whose creative energy exemplifies the talent of our country’s young people”, said Ken Cole, GM Vice President, Global Public Policy and Government Relations. “The exhibit will be enjoyed by thousands who visit our nation’s Capital throughout the year, and General Motors is proud to be involved with this terrific program.”
The exhibit will be on display through June, 2008.
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