For the past 52 years, children from across the city have been making their way to a stately red brick house on Locust Street to learn the basics of drawing, painting and photography. And every year, their efforts have been proudly displayed on the walls of the bustling building, a testament to the continuing efforts of its co-founder Molly Bethel and her dedicated staff to help children uncover their creative potential.
From 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, the Locust Street Neighborhood Art Classes (138 Locust St.) hosts its 52nd annual art show, a collection of dozens of drawings, paintings and photographs spread across the building's three floors. Sunday's showing will also feature a music recital by the students of Clarence Lott and Bryan Pullins. The show (sans music) will also be open to the public from noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday.
For more information, call 852-4562.
-- Colin Dabkowski