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FLC announces Youth Arts Academy

Folsom Lake College and Three Stages invite the community to the first exciting summer of the Folsom Lake College Youth Arts Academy.

Participants in the Arts Academy Summer Program will enjoy classes with master teachers who are also working artists. Classes in drawing, painting, sculpture, and jewelry making will be enhanced with visits to the Three Stages Bank of America Gallery and a “gallery” exhibit for parents and family on the final day.

The Youth Arts Academy will run the week of June 25-29. The day begins at 8 a.m. and participants can be picked up at 12:30 p.m. A healthy snack will be provided each day. All art supplies are provided by the academy.

The mission of the academy is to inspire art appreciation and excellence among children ages 8-14 and increase community awareness of and participation in visual art experiences of the youth of Folsom Lake College’s service area (Rancho Cordova, Folsom, El Dorado Hills, Cameron Park, Shingle Springs, Placerville and surrounding communities). The Folsom Lake College Youth Arts Academy is made possible thanks to the generous donation of The Robert S. and Star Pepper Foundation.

To apply fill out the registration form at threestages.net (go to “Community” on the homepage and select “Youth Arts Academy”) and return with a $25 registration fee per participant by June 15.

For additional information visit the same website or contact Folsom Lake College Art Professor Marisa Sayago at [email protected].

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