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Spike Dolomite Ward, Executive Director of the Arts in Education Council Inc, oversees the installation of a  papier-mache horse for the exhibition.

Appreciate talented teen artists and rock out to the tunes of the teen band Flypaper Cartel at a reception at Pierce College Art Gallery on Friday, March 23 from 7-9 p.m. The exhibition is part of the seventh annual Valley Wide Student Art Show. Among the work in the show are sculptures, masks, drawings and paintings.

Price: Free

Where: Art Gallery at 6201 Winnetka Ave, on the campus of Pierce Community College in Woodland Hills. 

For info call (818) 705-8758 or visit

Participating schools: Cleveland High School, El Camino Real High School, North Valley Charter Academy, Grant High School, Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies, Madison Middle School, John R. Wooden High School, Porter Middle School, San Fernando High School, Sylmar High School, Taft High School, Valley Alternative Magnet and Van Nuys High School.  

Organizers: The Arts in Education Aid Council, Inc. organizes the show along with an elementary school exhibition and performing arts showcase.
Valley city council members and local businesses sponsor the event.