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ELKINS -

The West Virginia Governor's School for the Arts is under way at Davis and Elkins College.

The program is 21 days long and is for high school juniors proficient in the arts.

Students can study anything from seven different disciplines including dance, vocals, and even digital art.

The public gets a chance to see what the students have done while at the program, at the end of the 21 days.

"Family members and the public are invited to come watch a performance, and view the work that the visual and digital art students have done. We put it all on display out here and let everybody come in. We spend a couple of hours in the auditorium, and let everybody see what the performance students have been doing and what the art students have been doing," said Tom Hackman, Dean of the West Virginia Governor's School for the Arts.

That performance will be Saturday July 20th at 1 p.m.