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The Eclipse Project

The MSJC Art Gallery, California Family Life Center and Worth Visual Arts are pleased to present a.r.t.e.r.y.ʼs 2020-21 The Eclipse Project exhibit. This exhibition marks the fourteenth collaboration with California Family Life Center and MSJC. 

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Thank you for visiting The Eclipse Project.


The Eclipse Project exhibit has been made possible by the cooperative efforts of the Mt. San Jacinto College Art Gallery, California Family Life Centers (CFLC), Planet Youth, Rubidoux Y. O. Center and Empower Youth. Youth mentors, Kin Care, and senior artists are represented.

We wish to thank Mt. San Jacinto College Art Gallery, John Knuth & California Family Life Center. Special thanks to CFLC Executive Director Mary Jo Ramirez and CFLC’s dedicated youth mentors and staff for their support and to facilitate a creative transition to higher education through the a.r.t.e.r.y. mentor art program. Our thanks and appreciation to Stratton Community Center, & Kin Care participants.

Thank you everyone for this opportunity, your continued support throughout the pandemic challenges and the MSJC partnership!

PROGRAM & YOUTH DEVELOPMENT/INSTRUCTOR
Michele Worth, Worth Visual Arts Programs
Curriculum and program development by Michele Worth and Sarah Holbach © 2006.

CURATORIAL & EXHIBITION
Isabella Brough, Jeff & Michele Worth

GALLERY DIRECTOR
John Knuth, Mt. San Jacinto Community College Gallery

CFLC, Empower Youth a Youth Opportunity Center of Riverside County, is a proud member of the Youth Opportunity Consortium. The consortium is led by the Riverside County Workforce Development Board. This Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act Title 1 financially assisted or program activity is an equal opportunity.