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Art exhibit by local high school and college students at Firehouse Arts Center

Original post made on Apr 27, 2012

Showcasing the phenomenal talent of a select group of art students from Amador Valley and Foothill High Schools. Juried by art teachers Michael Doyle, Trish Fenton, Caroline Fields and Nancy Scotto. The exhibit is on display through May 5 at the Firehouse Arts Center, Harrington Gallery, 4444 Railroad Ave., Pleasanton. In addition, the exhibit will include a collection of works by recent alumni who are currently pursuing their college degrees. Call 931-4848 or visit www.firehousearts.org/harrington-gallery-upcomingexhibits

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Posted by Lori
a resident of Parkside
on Apr 27, 2012 at 9:14 am

This is a wonderful exhibit. So many talented young artists in Pleasanton. Congrats to my neighbors Matt Beadle and Brent Usedom who have items on display. The teachers really did a fantastic job of displaying all the great art work produced by their students. If you have not been to the Firehouse Arts Center, this is a great opportunity to see a wonderful addition to Pleasanton's downtown and to be impressed by our own P-town kids!


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Posted by Ptown resident
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Apr 27, 2012 at 3:47 pm

Congratulations to the Amador Valley High School students whose art is on display:

Sarah Im, Josh Durkee, Qiu Fang, Maya Gilchrist, Halle Hamilton, Amanda Hoey, Gabrielle Hooper, Raja Jain, Katie Kilduff, Miry Kim, Ivy Liao, Jenny Lu, Kylie Manos, Samira Ongchura, Annika Philis, Linyan Tian, Rachel Xie, Eve Yuan, Betty Zhou


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