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The Winchester Wall Gallery Presents‘ A Summer of Creation’

The Winchester Wall Gallery, located inside the Winchester Dondero Cultural Center, 3130 McLeod Drive near Desert Inn Road, is currently displaying "A Summer of Creation," an exhibition by student artists ages 13 – 17 who are participating in Winchester's 2024 Leaders of the Future (LOTF) summer program, through July 27.

 

"A Summer of Creation" includes individual and group artwork from a series of visual arts projects led by Winchester's Leaders of the Future Coordinator and art instructor Michelle Fuller, created by the students during the first three weeks of this summer's program. Winchester's 2024 Teen Leaders are: Jeancarlo Ayala, Carla Beltran, Yashaly Chan, Genesis Garcia, Jacqueline Hernandez, Rosalia Hernandez, Amber Leon, Daniel Leyva, Ruben Mejia, Rebecca Ortega and Kennedi West.

 

Winchester is dedicated to offering LOTF students and their families an array of new learning resources and events throughout a nine-week summer program. The program aims to actively involve young participants in constructive activities, including arts and cultural pursuits, science and nature-based instruction, field trips, cross-generational collaborations, service-based opportunities, social gatherings, and athletics. Overall, the Leaders of the Future program emphasizes core values such as friendship, citizenship, innovation, empowerment, and lifelong learning.

 

The Winchester Dondero Cultural Center offers various classes and activities, has two art galleries, and has a diverse program of shows and events in its theater, with a seating capacity of 220 people. The site hosts events like the annual Children's Festival and the Life in Death Festival. A desert demonstration garden and skate park are available in the facility's park. Those interested in more information about the Winchester Dondero Cultural Center can call (702) 455-7340 or visit the Web site at www.ClarkCountyNV.gov/parks



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