LCCC Hosts Unity Lab Art Festival

Lorain County Community College will host the Unity Lab Art Festival from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 20 on campus between the library and health buildings.

The free art festival will showcase local art in a family-friendly, entertainment enriched space that will include performance and food. Art-centric activities including chalk art, face painting, craft booths and bubble play space will be available for children.

Artists from all backgrounds are offered the opportunity to enter to show off their talents and sell their work.

The Unity Lab is a creative agency staffed by current students and recent graduates of Lorain County Community College from a variety of backgrounds.

Contact theunitylab@gmail.com for more information or visit http://theunitylab.com.

LCCC Hosts Unity Lab Art Festival

Lorain County Community College will host the Unity Lab Art Festival from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 20 on campus between the library and health buildings.

The free art festival will showcase local art in a family-friendly, entertainment enriched space that will include performance and food. Art-centric activities including chalk art, face painting, craft booths and bubble play space will be available for children.

Artists from all backgrounds are offered the opportunity to enter to show off their talents and sell their work.

The Unity Lab is a creative agency staffed by current students and recent graduates of Lorain County Community College from a variety of backgrounds.

Contact theunitylab@gmail.com for more information or visit http://theunitylab.com.

LCCC Hosts Unity Lab Art Festival

Lorain County Community College will host the Unity Lab Art Festival from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 20 on campus between the library and health buildings.

The free art festival will showcase local art in a family-friendly, entertainment enriched space that will include performance and food. Art-centric activities including chalk art, face painting, craft booths and bubble play space will be available for children.

Artists from all backgrounds are offered the opportunity to enter to show off their talents and sell their work.

The Unity Lab is a creative agency staffed by current students and recent graduates of Lorain County Community College from a variety of backgrounds.

Contact theunitylab@gmail.com for more information or visit http://theunitylab.com.

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