Are you in need of a burst of beauty? Feeling a little worn out as the end of the School year approaches? Come feed your creative soul at the opening of the Annual St. Paul's Student Art Show on Friday from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall.
Marvel at the drawings of Greek urns by sixth graders, the Blue Dog paintings by fourth graders, the personal currency drawings by eighth graders, the second-grade art installation on stage, and other creative outpourings from every grade and every student.
Live music by St. Paul's students.
If you can't make the opening, stop by the show another time. It's up through Tuesday, May 18.
The show is organized by art teachers Wendy Shiraki-Raphael, Susan Fetcho, and Sanjay Vora. "I'm always so impressed by all the beauty of it," said Ms. Fetcho of the show. "Creativity just pours out into the room."
Volunteers are needed to hang the show on Friday before 2:30 p.m. If you have an hour to give, please contact Ms. Raphael at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510.285.9679. Thanks.
Click Read More to read what John Keats had to say in a preview of the show.