Summer school – and loving it

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Summer school – and loving it

GOAL fills in arts gap for middle-school girls
The GOAL girls learn the Royal Hula at the Durango Arts Center. GOAL stands for Girls Opportunities through Art and Leadership.
Acrylic painting was one of many disciplines included in the two-week arts intensive at the Durango Arts Center.
Ava Stills, 11, adds layers to her painting of a heart, which serves as a background to a gateway sculpture that Stills and her classmates created for the GOAL summer intensive at the Durango Arts Center. Ava is the daughter of Marla and Travis Stills.
Autumn Ford, daughter of Tracy and John Ford, works on her acrylic painting in the education studio at the Durango Arts Center.

Summer school – and loving it

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The GOAL girls learn the Royal Hula at the Durango Arts Center. GOAL stands for Girls Opportunities through Art and Leadership.
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Acrylic painting was one of many disciplines included in the two-week arts intensive at the Durango Arts Center.
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Ava Stills, 11, adds layers to her painting of a heart, which serves as a background to a gateway sculpture that Stills and her classmates created for the GOAL summer intensive at the Durango Arts Center. Ava is the daughter of Marla and Travis Stills.
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Autumn Ford, daughter of Tracy and John Ford, works on her acrylic painting in the education studio at the Durango Arts Center.
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