A Celebration Reception for the Project Intersection to Celebrate Art Made with the Boys and Girls Club in IB & Bayside Academy was Held on Wednesday
Oct 27, 2017 01:17AM ● Published by Paul Spear
Gallery: A Celebration Reception for the Project Intersection to Celebrate Art Made with the Boys and Girls Club in IB & Bayside Academy was Held on Wednesday [4 Images] Click any image to expand.
A Celebration Was Help to Display Artwork by Youth's from the Boys and Girls Clubs of South County and Bayside Academy Celebrated their Masterpieces and the New Turtle Mural, on the Fence of the Imperial Beach Public Works Campus.Wednesday!With the help of the IB Arts Bureau and City Officials, A Celebration Reception was held Wednesday to Unveil and Display Artwork by youth from the Boys and Girls Clubs of South County and Bayside Academy. Their masterpieces and the new Turtle Mural, on the fence of the Imperial Beach Public Works campus. For those who couldn't make the Celebration Reception an open-house art-walk also took place from 4-7pm.
The Artwork was displayed at the Imperial Beach Public Works and along the Bayshore Bikeway.
City of Imperial Beach opened the door.
IB has opened up a city fence at the Public Works Yard for public art produced by local youth, making this program possible. The Bayshore Bikeway offers some of the best views of San Diego Bay and home to many critical species.
Imperial Beach Arts Bureau with Some help from 4 Walls international
Local artists teaching local kids produced the art with the help of the Imperial Beach Arts Bureau's for the new collaborations that also celebrated the new Turtle Mural on the Bayshore Bikeway, a compilation of amazing local art!
Photography c/o Todd Stands of the IB Arts Bureau.
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Paul Spear, Publisher, and Editor of Dig Imperial Beach