The sixth annual Ridgefield High School exhibition at the Ridgefield Guild of Artists opened yesterday, April 12, and will run through the end of the month, closing on Sunday, April 30. \u00a0 A reception will be held on Thursday, April 20, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in the upstairs gallery of the guild. Awards will be given out at the reception, which is free and open to all. Refreshments will be served. For many years, board members Cindi Mullins and Antonio Mu\u00f1oz have chaired and juried the annual RHS Juried Exhibition. \u201cParticipating in events like this is a great way to experience and be part of the local art scene,\u201d Mullins said. \u201cThis year we received a very nice mix of artwork that included collage, paintings, photographs, sculpture, digital work, pastel, and drawings. \u201cIt is always a pleasure to view high school work, as we, the jurors, find it to be expressive and experimental, showing a depth and array of emotion and candor.\u201d Eighteen high school students are exhibiting two pieces each for the annual show. \u201cWe hope the community will come out to see this exhibition and support our terrific young Ridgefield artists,\u201d said Pam Stoddart, executive director of RGOA. \u00a0 Bedlam!, a member show, continues in the galleries on the guild\u2019s main floor through Sunday, April 30, as well. The Ridgefield Guild of Artists is located at 34 Halpin Lane. Gallery hours are Wednesday to Sunday from noon to 4. \u00a0 For more information, visit rgoa.org or call 203-438-8863.