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Hector Gonzalez, 18, a student from PS 811Q gives a presentation on their exhibit at the National Art League. Photo by Ken Maldonado
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Work from PS 811 students is on display. Photo by Ken Maldonado
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Daniela Padilla, 16, a student at PS 811Q stands beside her artwork depicting the Manhattan skyline as it sits in the window display as the National Art League in Douglaston. She is one of more than 25 students from the school to have their work featured in the gallery. The show will be up until July 27. Photo by Ken Maldonado
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Berta Matatov, 17, a student from PS 811Q, speaks about what students learned about Manhattan during a group trip to the borough and the focus of an art exhibit at the National Art League featuring students work.
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The National Art League exhibits the work of students from PS 811.
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Students from PS 811Q attend an opening reception for their show at the National Art League.
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The National Art League exhibits the work of students at PS 811.
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uan Carlos Aldea, 19, a students at PS 811Q points to his artwork on display at the National Art League.
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Kaitlyn Brennan, 16, points to her artwork on display at the National Arts League as part of a show exhibiting the work of several students at PS 811.

Students from PS 811Q celebrate the opening of their art exhibit at the National Art League in Douglaston.

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