Teacher Javoné Williams featured in The Collective Memory Installation

The artwork of Elementary Science Lab Associate teacher Javoné Williams is being featured in The Collective Memory Installation: a digital exhibition of artworks reflecting on the collective history of Los Angeles County, presented by the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture. 

Where: Grand Park DTLA /  "Screen A" overlooking the fountain
When: Sat, March 11, 9:00 PM to Sat, March 18, 5:00 PM
Mr. Williams’ piece titled “Mother-hood”, is a gorgeous work in color pencil that, as Mr. Williams writes: “honors Los Angeles as a place where mothers lead the way in justice, business, and many other fields. This artwork is a portrait of motherhood in focus.” Be sure to check out this free exhibition.
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