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August 7, 1997 | DUANE NORIYUKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Artist Marilyn La Grone-Amaral explains the symbolism of masks and colors to 10 students at the Inglewood Community Education Center. Yellow represents creativity, she says. Red is power. Black is the unknown. Blue is healing. Tony (not his real name) has been quiet, withdrawn, ever since a friend was killed in gunfire. He spends weekends in jail and is court-ordered to attend classes here during the week. At 17, he has a lot on his mind.
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August 7, 1997 | DUANE NORIYUKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Artist Marilyn La Grone-Amaral explains the symbolism of masks and colors to 10 students at the Inglewood Community Education Center. Yellow represents creativity, she says. Red is power. Black is the unknown. Blue is healing. Tony (not his real name) has been quiet, withdrawn, ever since a friend was killed in gunfire. He spends weekends in jail and is court-ordered to attend classes here during the week. At 17, he has a lot on his mind.
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August 7, 1997 | BOOTH MOORE
The city is teeming with so many artistic outlets for youngsters this weekend, they'll never get bored. Friday Evening The nonprofit Theatre of Hearts/Youth First organization, which provides year-round art classes to urban youths ages 7 to 18, is throwing an opening reception for an exhibit of student work, "Cool Art '97." Before they started on their projects, many of these budding artists had never even been to a museum. The 5:30-9 p.m.
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