Community Youth Gallery Opening
Posted by on April 13, 2009
WHAT COMMUNITY MEANS TO ME: A GALLERY OPENING FEATURING
WEST PHILADELPHIA COMMUNITY SCHOOL STUDENT ARTWORK
You are cordially invited to join students from West Philadelphia public schools for a gallery opening of their original artwork celebrating the West Philadelphia community. Students from six schools associated with the University of Pennsylvania’s Community Schools Program have created artistic representations of the theme “What Community Means to Me.” The artwork from each school will be displayed at National Student Partnerships, a local community resource and referral center. We look forward to seeing you and honoring our student artists together.
WHEN: FRIDAY, APRIIL 17TH FROM 3:30-5:00 PM
WHERE: NATIONAL STUDENT PARTNERSHIPS, 203 S. 60TH ST. (AT WALNUT)
RSVP/QUESTIONS: CONTACT JOSH ROMALIS AT 267-439-9597 OR JROMALIS@NSPNET.ORG
~ REFRESHMENTS WIILL BE SERVED ~
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