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Natomas Charter High School Students Display Art Two Upcoming Shows

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Second Saturday at Old City Gallery
On May 14, student artists from Natomas Charter Performing and Fine Arts Academy will host a Second Saturday showing of their artwork at the Old City Gallery located at 2512 Franklin Boulevard. Admission is free.

All painting and drawing students will display at least two pieces they have created during this school year, showcasing everything from paintings that reflect the aesthetics of the Impressionists and Cubists to traditional Chinese brush paintings.

"This is a fantastic opportunity for our students’ art to be seen in the larger Sacramento arts community!" said Carrie Markel, an artist and teacher at the school. "I hope our community comes out in support of these wonderful artists."

"Stories from the Past"
In an extravaganza of film, paint, installation, music and performance, students in sculpture, drawing, painting, and digital art will be presenting their work around the theme of Stories from the Past.

The show will be held at the Black Box Theater at Natomas Charter School, located at 4600 Blackrock Rd, Sacramento, on Friday, May 26 and Friday, May 27, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Work will be themed around family stories and will feature animated drawings and domestic spaces that the audience will be welcomed to walk through.

Tickets to the interactive gallery can be purchased at the door: $8 for students and $10 for adults. For every adult ticket purchased, you receive another one free. All proceeds will go toward field trips, workshops and special projects.

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