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By Daniel Ritz

The Dana Point Arts and Culture Commission announced this week that Dana Point-themed murals from Dana Hills High School AP 2D Studio Art students are now on display at the Dana Point Community Center.

The murals, created by students in Krista Rodriguez’s class, were selected by Rodriguez, Visual Arts/Performing Arts Department Chair Natalie Hribar and Dana Point Arts and Culture Commissioner Anthony Small.

“It’s my duty, and my pleasure to encourage artists of all types and all ages, and to support and create programs for the cultural enrichment of our community,” said Small. “To see the pride and excitement in the eyes of these student artists and to show them their art is valued by our community, man, it just fills my heart.”

The murals are on display now at the Dana Point Community Center, located at 34052 Del Obispo St.

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