The MCJC Art exhibit will feature art work created by students in both the HAALO program and The AIR MCJC program.
The HAALO Program (Helping Adolescents Achieve Long-Term Objectives), established in 2010, conducts weekly community-based art classes with Court-involved youth and help plan the execution of large scale public art projects.
The Full SteAm Ahead, established in 2015, provides art classes to Court-involved youth that are placed in one of our Montgomery County Juvenile Court facilities (Detention, CAS, and JCARE).
Both programs, created in partnership with K12 Gallery & TEJAS, have endless benefits to the youth participants. It gives them a positive creative outlet and an opportunity to tell their “story” through art.
The MCJC Art exhibit will be on display at K12 Gallery & TEJAS until May 26th. The Art Show reception is free to the public; however, please RSVP via email to [email protected]