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Kruse Education Center second-grader Zoe Carranza, of Orland Park, takes a photo near her artwork. Photos by Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
Jen Marx (left), Fierke Education Center art teacher, and Central Middle School art teacher Cindy DePinto-Dawud look at the artwork of D146’s students on display at the Vogt Visual Arts Center.
Fulton School artists Renee, left, and Rikki Saludar enjoy the opening reception at the Vogt Visual Arts Center.
Tinley Park residents Araceli and Anabella Orona enjoy the School District 146 exhibit at the Vogt Visual Arts Center.
Artwork by Fierke Education Center first-grader Kyle Kijewski on display at Vogt Visual Arts Center's School District 146 exhibit.
Ronan Wilkins — a third-grader at Memorial School — shows his mom Erin Doyle, of Tinley Park, his artwork.
Artwork from School District 146 students on display at Tinley Park–Park District's Vogt Visual Arts Center.
Fierke Education Center fifth-grader Victoria Masino poses by her artwork during the School District 146 Exhibit opening reception.
Kruse Education Center first-grader Malek Alamleh gets a little help from his dad, Mutaz Alamleh, of Tinley Park, to show-off his artwork.
Laurie Fanelli, Freelance Reporter
4:54 am CDT May 14, 2019
Every year, one of the most anticipated Vogt Visual Arts Center exhibits comes in the form of the Community Consolidated School District 146 collaborative showcase. Drawings, paintings, illustrations and more reveal the vast talent emanating from the young artists of Central Middle School ...