Earl Warren Arts Festival

Chloe Gubbay, VPA Explorations

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Earl Warren Middle School Visual and Performing Arts department hosted its winter Arts Festival fundraiser on Dec. 13. Students and their families viewed art contributions from New Media, Studio Art, Digital Art, and VPA Explorations classes, and enjoyed performances from the VPA Explorations Drama class, a concert from Band and Guitar classes as well as the Jazz Band.

Photos courtesy Maura Wong (yearbook photographer) and Tami Austin (art/yearbook teacher).

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