Kelly Eriksen, Ezekiel Binns, center, Theo Rodino, right, and Matthew Alvarez, back, are walking underneath one of the art pieces they created in Locust Arts Builders, a three-week summer intensive program where students collaborate as both artists and curators to create an art exhibit from scratch. Their work is on display at Locust Projects, a non-profit gallery space in Miami’s Design District.
Kelly Eriksen, Ezekiel Binns, center, Theo Rodino, right, and Matthew Alvarez, back, are walking underneath one of the art pieces they created in Locust Arts Builders, a three-week summer intensive program where students collaborate as both artists and curators to create an art exhibit from scratch. Their work is on display at Locust Projects, a non-profit gallery space in Miami’s Design District. REBECA PICCARDO MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Kelly Eriksen, Ezekiel Binns, center, Theo Rodino, right, and Matthew Alvarez, back, are walking underneath one of the art pieces they created in Locust Arts Builders, a three-week summer intensive program where students collaborate as both artists and curators to create an art exhibit from scratch. Their work is on display at Locust Projects, a non-profit gallery space in Miami’s Design District. REBECA PICCARDO MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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July 23, 2015 6:45 PM

Teens create ‘only in Florida’ art exhibit in Miami Design District

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