Arianna Louie

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This week, KCRW’s Young Creators Project is highlighting the work of two visual artists: Minnie Lerner from Polytechnic High School, and Arianna Louie from South High School.

Fragility, resilience, complex identities are focus of art by 2 LA teens

This week, KCRW’s Young Creators Project is highlighting the work of two visual artists: Minnie Lerner from Polytechnic High School, and Arianna Louie from South High School.

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