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National YoungArts Foundation Selects Two Venice Arts Students as 2015 YoungArts Winners Venice Arts' advanced photography students—Sequoia Canada, age 17, and Zinnia Moreno, age 18—have been selected by the National YoungAr ... | Curated by Venice Arts | Click to view and comment


One Person Crying: Women and War

January 15 - March 12, 2015 | Venice Arts presents “One Person Crying: Women and War,” an exhibition by photographer Marissa Roth. Shot on f ...

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224 Miles, an Exhibit of Youth Photography at G2 Gallery

Saturday, January 17, 6:30pm-9:30pm G2 Gallery and Venice Arts present 224 Miles, featuring work created by Venice Arts' teen photog ...

Curated by Elysa | Items: 17

Venice Arts' Advanced Photo Students at Photo LA 2015

For the second year, Venice Arts' Advanced Photography students will be exhibiting at Photo LA international photography exposition! Co ...

Curated by Scott | Items: 8


Picturing Health: Southern and Central California

“I walk down this street everyday...some things I never noticed until I looked through a camera’s lens.” This work is by California teens ...

Project image: Stories of Teen Pregnancy by Lynn: One of two multimedia pieces on teen pregnancy from California's Central Valley Community of Southern Kern. [From Picturing Health, Sou ...

From Senegal: Stories that Demand to be Heard

In January 2013 a team from Venice Arts traveled to Senegal to work with the extraordinary Non-governmental Organization (NGO)Tostan, teachi ...

Project image: Interior of Slave House by Lynn: Hundreds of people were kept in tiny, stone rooms with slits for windows. (January 2013)


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