Expressing Feelings Through Art
Presented by Light Bringer Project and Mental Health America of Los Angeles
This Sunday's Art Reception, May 20, 2-4pm
Art Center College of Design, South Campus
950 S. Raymond St. Pasadena, CA 91105
2pm - 4pm ~ Awards at 3pm ~ Refreshments
EFTA Art Exhibition and Awards Reception:
What's On Their Mind and How Do They Express It?
Please Join us this Sunday, May 20th,
from 2:00pm to 4:00pm
(Awards at 3:00pm)
An exhibition of over 50 expressive artworks, created by talented high school students in Los Angeles County. The works, selected by a panel of local artists and writers, were chosen for their excellence both artistically and verbally in accompanying written statements.
Art Center College of Design in Pasadena
950 S. Raymond Ave. Pasadena 91105
We are right off the 110 Freeway
and 2 blocks south of
Metro Gold Line's Fillmore Station
Free parking and light refreshments for all!
Open to Students and their Teachers,
their Families and Friends and Supporters!
Art Teachers and Students
for participating in EFTA,
Cecelia Ybarra with Art Center's Public Programs, and Mental Health America of Los Angeles.
Partial funding for EFTA is provided by: The W.M. Keck Foundation
Artists, families & teachers are in attendance when monetary awards are given to students and teachers at the EFTA reception at Art Center's South Campus. All the students exhibited are acknowledged, as well as their teachers for being exceptional in their work. Over 20 L.A. County high schools are represented.
For a list of the exhibitors from your area schools, please contact us:
Light Bringer Project: (626) 590-1134 or email Patricia Hurley at email@example.com or visit the website at www.lightbringerproject.com