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Folsom Lake College hosts local high school art exhibition

"Empty" by Hannah Carter
"Empty" by Hannah Carter

The Folsom Lake College Visual Arts Department is proud to host an exhibition displaying the artworks of the college’s service area high school students in the Bank of America Gallery at the Harris Center for the Arts, now through Jan. 5.

The participating high schools are El Dorado, Folsom, Ponderosa, Cordova, Union Mine and Vista del Lago. Folsom Lake College and the area high school faculty collaborated to identify and promote the students in their artistic endeavors and enrich their creative experience.

The Bank of America Gallery is open to the public from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays when exhibits are installed. In addition, the gallery is open beginning one hour before and during intermissions of each scheduled performance at Harris Center.

Regular admission to the gallery is free of charge. When visiting the gallery on a weekday, a parking permit is required. Permits are available for $1 per vehicle from automated kiosk dispensers located near the parking lot entrances.

For more information on Harris Center for the Arts and the Bank of America Gallery visit harriscenter.net.

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