Clerks4Arts Art reflected through students

'Painting' it Forward

Giving back is among the most important and valuable services government employees can offer to the community. Each year, the Clerk & Comptroller’s office raises funds to support local arts education through the Clerks4Arts program.

Students Supporting Students

The Clerks4Arts program originated from Suncoast High School student interns participating in the Clerk's Financial Literacy Summer Internship in 2015. The following year, Clerk & Comptroller Sharon R. Bock, Esq. introduced the program to engage the community and provide civic space for the display of student artwork.

Art of Learning

Students of Conniston Middle School in West Palm Beach create the artwork during the school year, honing their craft, until the spring gallery presentation at the Palm Beach County Clerk & Comptroller's office.

Gallery Night

Students gather with their families to show off their hard work. The art pieces are displayed throughout the second floor atrium of the Clerk's office.

Art Imitates Life

This year's Student Art Online Auction features the beauty and diversity of Florida's natural environment.

Bid on your favorite pieces at All proceeds benefit Conniston Middle School's arts program.

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