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From left to right, Ockley Green kindergartners David Dent, Ethan Belau and Liam Boswell, all 6 years old, read the label on "William Johnson," an acrylic painting put together by 11 Jefferson High School students at the April 26 opening night reception of ARTiculations a collaborative art show of Jefferson High students and Ockley Green K-8 students currently showing at the Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center. The three boys also have their artwork on display.


"Duct Tape Shoes," a mixed media piece by the 12th grade Jefferson Art Group, is one of the many colorful works of art on display in the ARTiculations show, a collaboration of Jefferson High students and Ockley-Green K-8 students currently showing at the Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center. In the background, artist India Anderson, 19, with her mother, Caprice Anderson, check out the artwork of her fellow students during the opening reception on April 26.

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