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Youth Speaks Out Art Exhibit - Sat. 3/22 5-8pm - Palo Alto Art Center

Original post made by Member on Mar 14, 2014

Join us for this stunning art exhibit opening and reception.

( Parking around the back and on the side streets and lots while renovations are happening in front of PAAC.)

Art students from Gunn, PALY, and JMS share heartfelt life experiences through visual and graphic arts, poetry, photography, sculpture, poetry and music.

We perceive through the arts what cannot be fully understood any other way.

YSO students respond to the prompt, "What is it like being YOU?". The project is in its third year. We've grown 45% every year, and now have over 180 students, five PAUSD teachers and three schools on board.
Have you seen this exhibit? What is your impression?

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