Kentwood High School student Harneet Manai shows Cambrie Smith, 4, how to sew.

Children create masterpieces during Kent Kids’ Art Day | PHOTO GALLERY

  • Thursday, March 16, 2017 10:18am
  • Life

Hundreds of children got creative during the annual Kent Kids’ Arts Day last Saturday at Kent Commons.

One of King County’s longest-running, hands-on art festivals, the event featured 15 different art projects, as well as entertainment provided by students from Kent School District elementary and middle schools and Casper Babypants.

Greta Genge and Mandy, 2, create a clay sculpture during the Kent Kids’ Arts Day. DENNIS BOX, Reporter

Kent-Meridian High School student Diane Yeyat helps Navya Parmar, 9, sew. DENNIS BOX, Reporter

Aubrey Sidwell,7, an Emerald Park Elementary student, makes a butterfly during the Kent Kids’ Arts Day event. DENNIS BOX, Reporter

Aimee Phung, a Kent-Meridian High sophomore, paints 9-year-old Abigail Gonzalez’ face. Gonzalez is a student at Kent’s Sunrise Elementary. DENNIS BOX, Reporter

Abbey Quintos, Kentwood High senior Abbey Quintos stamps 2-year-old Molly Braaten’s project. DENNIS BOX, Reporter

Cindy Tan and Khin Hoo, freshman at Kentridge, fingerweave during the Kent Kids’ Art Day. DENNIS BOX, Reporter

Dominic, 6, left, watches Kent-Meridian High sophomore Octiviah Patterson teach his his brother Elijah Mead, 3, to sew, as their dad, Tony looks on. DENNIS BOX, Reporter

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