Angela Kelly is the director of a nonprofit called Project Renaissance that utilizes art to empower at-risk teens. Working in conjunction with the city’s Parks and Rec Department, City@Peace, and PUEBLO, Kelly throws “Art Parties” where kids can go on a Friday night. Teens can paint and make multimedia art from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. every Friday night at the Harding Recreation Center at 1607 Gillespie Street. Materials and refreshments are provided, and no art experience is necessary. Call 541-7835.

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