Students’ Work Featured in Annual Art Crawl


This year’s D34 Art Crawl took place throughout downtown Antioch on Saturday, May 6th. This annual celebration of the arts has been taking place for over 15 years and has become a staple in the community. Hundreds of students performed throughout the day in our school led bands, orchestras, and choirs. It was a festive day filled with art and music!

The Antioch Bandshell (William E. Brook Entertainment Center) was alive with the sounds of music, as students from different schools took to the stage to perform. The air was filled with the sounds of trumpets, saxophones, and drums. Students put on a fantastic show and the audience was delighted with the sounds of Spring. 

Along with the music, art was displayed all through the community. Paintings and drawings were displayed in local businesses, restaurants, and shops. The artwork was a testament to the creativity and talent of the student artists in Antioch. The community was buzzing with excitement as they walked from one business to another, admiring the art.

The D34 Art Crawl isn’t just an event for the students and the artists; it is an event for the entire community. People from all walks of life came out to celebrate the arts: families with young children, teenagers, and adults of all ages walked around the town, enjoying the music and the art.

The event was a huge success, which is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the organizers. The D34 Art Crawl has become a tradition in the community and it is an event that people look forward to every spring. The students, the artists, and the community as a whole should be proud of the event they created. It was a beautiful day filled with music, art, and community spirit.