Kelly Eriksen, 18, checks out one of the pieces of art created by students at the Locust Art Builders, a free four-week summer program in the Miami Design District that teaches high school students the skills for a career in art. Locust Projects, a nonprofit aimed at bolstering Miami’s artistic community, runs the program.
Kelly Eriksen, 18, checks out one of the pieces of art created by students at the Locust Art Builders, a free four-week summer program in the Miami Design District that teaches high school students the skills for a career in art. Locust Projects, a nonprofit aimed at bolstering Miami’s artistic community, runs the program.
Kelly Eriksen, 18, checks out one of the pieces of art created by students at the Locust Art Builders, a free four-week summer program in the Miami Design District that teaches high school students the skills for a career in art. Locust Projects, a nonprofit aimed at bolstering Miami’s artistic community, runs the program.

Want to be an artist? Locust Projects teaches kids how

October 27, 2016 7:45 AM

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