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By Paisley Trent

Avant Garde art show draws crowd for boba tea and community support


Last updated 8/16/2018 at 3:05am

Stephanie Lai

Art show co-coordinator Selina Knowles sets up candlelit seating for guests, Aug. 5, at Tea Time in Temecula.

A new generation of artists arrived Aug. 5, at Tea Time, a boba shop off Temecula Parkway. Charging five dollars at the door in support of Planned Parenthood, more than 115 people came to view local artists' work.

The art show was co-created by Salma Sadat and Selina Knowles, both recent graduates of Temecula Valley High School, who wanted to demonstrate the idea that "anyone can make art," Sadat said.

After expenses, $350 was donated to the Planned Parenthood Federation of America and the closest Planned Parenthood affiliate.

"We wanted to create an art show for local youth to feature t...

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