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Signal Hill gallery to display artwork created by kids

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“Snow Tribe,

“Snow Tribe,” unfired clay sculpture by elementary-school student Eduardo Maciel

Greenly Art Space, 2698 Junipero Ave., Suite 113 in Signal Hill, will host an opening reception Saturday Dec. 7 from 10am to 1pm featuring artwork created in two art classes for kids.
Greenly Art Space founder Kimberly Hocking and Seal Beach painter Ryan Callis taught the classes.
Hocking, along with Greenly interns KC Medley and Crystal Solaris, have been volunteering at Burcham Elementary School, where they have been teaching art to students in room 10 for the last few months. They have enjoyed exposing the students to a variety of art media and encouraging their creativity on a weekly basis, Hocking said.
Callis has been teaching a 12-week general-art class geared to ages 6 to 12.
Artwork from these two classes will be on display at Greenly in an exhibit entitled The Kids’ Most Awesome Art Show, which may also be viewed by appointment Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 11am to 2pm. The exhibit will be on display until Friday, Dec. 20.
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Signal Hill gallery to display artwork created by kids