‘The Authentic Self’ on exhibit now at Community Arts Center
February 22, 2013 by James
A youth art exhibit titled ‘The Authentic Self’ is now on exhibit at the Riverside Community Arts Association.
The exhibit, presented by Women Wonder Writers (WWW), opened on Valentine’s Day and is comprised of inspired works of visual art created by members of WWW, who worked in collaboration with Judi Randolph, a local Riverside artist.
WWW is an organization that reaches out to at-risk young adults and youth from the ages of 12 through 22 within the area. Leslie, a WWW high-school student, stated:
“Thank you for helping me find out more about myself with art. It really helped me express myself. Art taught me life can’t be easy, but you can still be happy and that no one’s perfect. Art also taught me you can solve problems by talking to someone, without hurting yourself, others or running away. Thank you for that.”
Art exhibits and other such displays showcased by local talent might use poster printing to let the public know about the event. Additionally, brochure printers may be used to provide information pertaining to the organization, the event, or the cause that is being supported.
A reception for the Riverside Arts Walk will also take place at the Riverside Community Arts center in conjunction with the Women Wonder Writers on March 7. The event will be held from 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm and women who are currently a part of WWW, as well as past members, will attend and be available for questions and comments. The Riverside Community Arts Association is located at 3870 Lemon Street.
The exhibit will remain available to the public until March 16.