Daniela Cruz, 16, left, and Catie Schwartzman, 17, put the finishing touches on pieces of a sculpture they're building for their first group exhibition through the LAB: Locust Art Builders program. Opening night is on Saturday, July 9, at Locust Projects in Miami's Design District.
Daniela Cruz, 16, left, and Catie Schwartzman, 17, put the finishing touches on pieces of a sculpture they're building for their first group exhibition through the LAB: Locust Art Builders program. Opening night is on Saturday, July 9, at Locust Projects in Miami's Design District. CAITLIN GRANFIELD For the Miami Herald
Daniela Cruz, 16, left, and Catie Schwartzman, 17, put the finishing touches on pieces of a sculpture they're building for their first group exhibition through the LAB: Locust Art Builders program. Opening night is on Saturday, July 9, at Locust Projects in Miami's Design District. CAITLIN GRANFIELD For the Miami Herald

High school students get real-life experience creating art in the LAB

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