Baby's First Art Exhibition

Third- through eighth-graders at the Florida Intercultural Academy in Davie have been honing the art of arts and crafts in preparation for "Paper," a new exhibit featuring student work at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood. The students have taken their talents beyond macaroni art, using paper as a medium to create sculptures, photos, and "framed works." So, basically, this will be macaroni art without the macaroni. The works will be on view through April 24 in the center's student gallery space. On Saturday, the artists (and their camera-wielding parents) will gather for a reception from noon to 2 p.m. at 1650 Harrison St. in Hollywood. Visit for more, or call 954-921-3274.
Sat., April 5, 12-2 p.m.; April 6-24, 2014
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Kristin Bjornsen
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