Del Mar Heights student art exhibit to be held at Del Mar Art Center Gallery

The Del Mar Art Center is once again sponsoring a yearly children’s art exhibit, “The Amazing Art from Del Mar Heights Elementary School.”

This year’s participants will be from Del Mar Heights Elementary School, grades K-6. Jacque Folgner , an art teacher of twelve years at the school is helping to coordinate the event together with Diane Uke of the DMAC and Blair Cannon, an intern from Torrey Pines High School.

Folgner is constantly amazed at the quality of art the children produce, and the joy they have in creating art. This is a unique opportunity for the students to show their work alongside professional artists in an art gallery setting.

The art exhibit opening reception is April 15 from 4-6 p.m. and is open to the public. It is located at the Del Mar Plaza, Street Level, on 15th Street and Camino Del Mar, in downtown Del Mar. The exhibit will run for two weeks. Please join them in celebrating these young artists.

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