Carmel Del Mar students’ work showcased

Carmel Del Mar art fair “Sitting Pretty”

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Carmel Del Mar School held a Science, Music, Art and Technology Showcase along with the school’s annual open house April 3.  Families were able to view “tradigital” works by students — a combination of traditional and computer-based techniques to create images. In addition, elaborate displays of science projects were viewed and the night was capped off with a music recital. The Extended Studies curriculum consisting of science, music, art and technology at Carmel Del Mar is a product of the Del Mar Schools Education Foundation.

Most Photos by Jon Clark

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