Peregrine School celebrates the arts with a free show and festival from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, at its elementary school, 1909 Galileo Court, Suite C, in South Davis.
Entertainment for the fourth annual student art show includes Tha Dirt Feelin, a Caveman Variety Show, a Day of the Dead altar and a student art display.
The theme this year is “Hide the Red Dot,” a series of sculptures by students from preschool to seventh grade. Students were asked to make a three-dimensional paper sculpture and hide a red dot in it.
“This type of cross-age project shows how children change in their conceptualization of problems as they grow,” says Lorie Hammond, the school’s academic director. “In young children, thought is communicated visually, but as children get older, words become part of the formula.”