Local residents recently attended the "Express Yourself: Pulse" art show opening reception at Endicott College for the Beverly-based arts and education Express Yourself program. The exhibit features the artwork of more than 400 youth collectively created for and presented on stage at the Citi Performing Arts Center-Wang Theater throughout the year. Artists and youth collaborated to create large scale set pieces. ABOVE LEFT: Gloucester resident Shayla Kaufman, left, who teaches art at North Shore Academy, and Express Yourself mentor Emily Caron of Swampscott. ABOVE RIGHT: Gloucester resident and Express Yourself supporter Kate Stavis, center, joins Robin Milbury, left, of Peabody and Linda Ashley of Hamilton at the opening reception.
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