ART OF FOOD A 20” x 30” mixed media poster from Levi Miller’s Healdsburg Elementary Fitch Mountain Campus art enrichment classes, 3rd-5th grades. (Photo courtesy of Healdsburg Center for the Arts)

The Healdsburg Center for the Arts (HCA) is highlighting the art of local primary school youth in their annual Young Artists exhibit, which opened March 14.  

Education director Kelly Ebeling said that HCA is partnering with Little Saint and Saint Joseph’s Arts Foundation to feature a portion of the student art at Little Saint, 25 North St. 

“HCA has a long history of partnering with local non-profit and other arts organizations like Little Saint,” said Ebeling. “This will be a great opportunity to broaden our audience as we feature the art work of our local youth.”    

In addition to the art on display at Little Saint, HCA is hosting the installations of several schools in its gallery space at 334 Center St. The public is invited to attend the exhibit in both spaces anytime during regular hours for Little Saint and HCA. 

Participating schools include Healdsburg Elementary’s Fitch Mountain Campus, West Side Elementary, St. John the Baptist Catholic School, The Healdsburg School and Healdsburg High School.  Students from Healdsburg Center for the Arts After-School art program are also represented.

Opening receptions will be held on Thursday, March 16, from 5–7 pm, at both Little Saint, 25 North St., and Healdsburg Center for the Arts, 334 Center St.

For more information, visit or call Kelly Ebeling at 707-344-2248.

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