Local artists and homeless youths can come together Wednesday to collaborate on the "Mirror, Mirror" project, which pairs one artist with one kid, allowing them to engage in conversations about local issues while
creating portraits of each other, according to City News Service.
The project will culminate at the end of the
six-week "face-to-face'' portrait sessions with a grand display at the Venice
Art Crawl on Sept. 19.
The artist/youth sessions will continue every Tuesday and Thursday
from 2 to 6:30 p.m., at Venice's First
Baptist Church, 685 Westminster Avenue, in collaboration with Safe Place for Youth.