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Isabella Dicken Art Show

An interpretation of Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh by IDES students. - Photo by A. Treharne
An interpretation of Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh by IDES students.
— image credit: Photo by A. Treharne

IDES Art Show opened on Tuesday and will be running at the Arts Station until Sunday, June 5. Every student from the school is displaying one piece of art. The show includes drawings, paintings, sculptures, papier mache, clay pieces and art made from recycled materials.

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