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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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Three tiles by students Paige Whateley (left), Tiffany Leyva (middle), and Angelina Parra (right) in different stages of the tile glazing process. As the 20/21 school year in the midst of a pandemic comes to a close, Sage Creek’s art department invites all students to make a tile of a virus and use it as a way to capture the emotions of the pandemic experience.

Turning Something Deadly Into A Beautiful Work Of Art

Sage Creek Art Department Invites All Students to Contribute to a Virus Tile Mural
Tiffany Leyva, Staff Reporter Apr 14, 2021

Throughout history, art has been used as a reactionary medium to what is going on in the world. This phenomenon is no different from the virus tile project here at Sage Creek. Students from 3D Design,...

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 “A Place Called Home” installation by Kline Swonger is made of collected soil from people’s homes that is casted onto door knobs. The 117 door knobs represent a part of the 117 homes.

Cannon Gallery Reopens with the Spotlight on Local Women Artists

Nadia Razzaq, Business Manager Nov 25, 2020

Art has an impact unlike any other: it can influence well-being and unite people in an uncertain time like the present. In Carlsbad, art can be enjoyed walking the streets of the Carlsbad village or in...

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The Sage: November 6, 2019

Chloe Neal and Morgan Mayorga Nov 6, 2019

Broadcast from November 6, 2019 Anchors: Morgan Mayorga & Chloe Neal Sports Anchor: Madeline Mack Edited by: Christopher Kathman Intro & Graphics by: BenzRussel Lopez & Leo Ambrogelly Stories...

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