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Venice Arts Students Take a Transformational Trip through the Grand Canyon "It was honestly really amazing... like the most amazing experience of my entire life. Being in the Grand Canyon ... I've learned ... | Curated by Venice Arts | Click to view and comment


Ten Years Later: Revisiting In a New Land

In 2004, Venice Arts taught Russian immigrant and refugee teens living in West Hollywood to tell their stories through the lens of a camera. ...

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2014 Summer Media Arts Camp was a Blast

Spy Cameras! Human Anatomy! Microscopes! Kites! The many faces of our 2014 Summer Media Arts Camp. During our four-week camp, over 130 stude ...

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Summer Juried Exhibition: Ecotone | Boundaries, Tensions, Integrations

Opening Reception: Saturday, August 2, 5pm–8pm. On display August 2–September 20, 2014 Gallery Hours: August Monday–Friday, 10am– ...

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Picturing Health: Southern and Central California

“I walk down this street everyday...some things I never noticed until I looked through a camera’s lens.” This work is by California teens ...

Project image: Stories of Teen Pregnancy by Lynn: One of two multimedia pieces on teen pregnancy from California's Central Valley Community of Southern Kern. [From Picturing Health, Sou ...

From Senegal: Stories that Demand to be Heard

In January 2013 a team from Venice Arts traveled to Senegal to work with the extraordinary Non-governmental Organization (NGO)Tostan, teachi ...

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