Village Center for the Arts in New Milford is presenting “Marbles,” an exhibit of works by after-school Club Mud ceramic and Saturday Sculpture for Emerging Artists students, through April 3 at New Milford Public Library.

The exhibit is on view in the reference area glass display case.

The event is free and open to the public.

Advanced ceramics students have worked to create stacked thrown ceramic pieces, connected together through whatever means the students found meaningful.

A working fountain is one of the pieces featured.

A selection of the first works from the center’s 5- to 8-year-old students from Northville and Hill and Plain elementary schools is also be exhibited.

Participating artists include Maddie Alagna, 8; Phoebe Booth, 11; Emily Chiappa, 13; Kitty Frazine, 16; Emma Green, 17; Ethan Johnson, 9; Alina Mahon, 6; Jade McGuire, 14; Jennifer Montedesco, 7; Gabby Pfeifer, 7; Amber Purdy, 8; Collin Rozelle, 13; Julia Skrzypczyk, 9; Annika Stuerken, 13; and Stephanie Tejeda, 9.

For information, call Sharon Kaufman at VCA at 860-354-4318.