Whether your age is measured in single digits or somewhere in the wide range of double digits, making art can be a fully aborbing experience, as seen on the faces of those who took part in El Cerrito's first-ever held Saturday at the .
Sponsored by the city's Arts and Culture Commission as a way for the city to celebrate California Arts Day, the event featured hands-on workshops for making art as well as tables for local artists to showcase their work. Workshops included "junk-a-sketching" (incorporating discarded small objects into sketches), teen improv, metal tool art, and printing on textiles and paper.
The accompanying photos show but a sampling. We hope they offer some idea of what could be seen.