Canyon Crest Academy Festival of the Arts

Victoria Newman, Troy Lingelbach, Davina Moossazadeh, Orly Shapiro

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Envision, the Arts at CCA and the Canyon Crest Academy Foundation presented the annual Festival of the Arts (FOTA) celebration Dec. 8.

The event featured the talent of students enrolled in CCA’s visual, performing, and digital arts, and included musical and theatrical performances, dance, cinema screenings, and showcases of student work in digital and fine arts.

Photos/Jon Clark

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