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

  • Thu Mar 16th, 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.

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

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