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Tuesday, February 5th, 2013
The street art club has begun a collaborative effort with the moms of Creamos, a handmade jewelry company affiliated with Camino Seguro. The moms have begun expanding their business to also include retail object such as hand-sewn tee shirts and burlap messenger bags. With these objects, the street art team plans to paint custom designs and tags to then be sold.
Wednesday, January 9th, 2013
The saturday street art club, led by art teacher Sami Dardas, ended the year with a collaborative project. Always wanting to make their own pieces, the students were pushed to work together and learn how to mesh multiple types of styles to create one incredible piece. The workshop started out with an activity in which all 6 participants began with a large piece of paper. Each person works on the piece for
Wednesday, November 14th, 2012
This year the dance club was invited to present at San Carlos University during their, ¨Art Against Violence¨festival. Shannon Moyle, the dance club teacher, along with 12 kids presented two dances in front of hundreds of college students. As we entered the University, the excitement began to rise as one 15 year old student declared to the rest, "this will be us in a few years!"
Friday, October 26th, 2012
On September 28th, the Creative Expression program closed out this year's morning program with a grand final presentation here at Safe Passage. This year, we have been working with the theme Imagination versus Reality. In each class, we discussed what their reality is like and how it interacts with their dreams, and the most important question of all, ¨can we use our imagination to transcend our reality?¨ Each student had a different response.