ArtCenter College of Design’s Public Programs is proud to host the annual “Expressing Feelings through Art” (EFTA) high school student art show.
EFTA is an arts and literary prevention program delivered to public high school students. A collaboration between the Light Bringer Project, a community-based nonprofit, and Mental Health America of Los Angeles, the EFTA program serves more than 600 9th—12th grade students each year. Students are challenged to create works of art that tell stories that hold personal meanings. Each spring, a jury of community artists and writers give awards and small scholarships to outstanding students—including an award from ArtCenter College of Design.
A small ceremony with refreshments and recognition will be held at 3 p.m. No RSVP required.
ArtCenter has hosted the exhibition of most outstanding student work from EFTA for the past five years.
Image: Courtesy Lightbringer Project