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Downtown Newhall Art Slam goes green

Posted: April 5, 2013 2:00 a.m.
Updated: April 5, 2013 2:00 a.m.
Artists Jonathan Baker, left, and Ricardo Cisneros used a recycled auto hub cap, old serving platters and a garden hose as they plan their art work. The piece, "Alter To Crone" is themed to honor women as they participate in the "Go Green, Get Green" recycled art contest during the Art Slam event held on Main Street in Newhall on Thursday night. Artists Jonathan Baker, left, and Ricardo Cisneros used a recycled auto hub cap, old serving platters and a garden hose as they plan their art work. The piece, "Alter To Crone" is themed to honor women as they participate in the "Go Green, Get Green" recycled art contest during the Art Slam event held on Main Street in Newhall on Thursday night.
Artists Jonathan Baker, left, and Ricardo Cisneros used a recycled auto hub cap, old serving platters and a garden hose as they plan their art work. The piece, "Alter To Crone" is themed to honor women as they participate in the "Go Green, Get Green" recycled art contest during the Art Slam event held on Main Street in Newhall on Thursday night.
Artists Dodd Holsapple, left, and Zach Hill use recycled game boards and stickers to create their art work themed to honor women as they participate in the “Go Green, Get Green” recycled art contest during the Art Slam event held on Main Street in Newhall on Thursday night.  Artists Dodd Holsapple, left, and Zach Hill use recycled game boards and stickers to create their art work themed to honor women as they participate in the “Go Green, Get Green” recycled art contest during the Art Slam event held on Main Street in Newhall on Thursday night. 
Artists Dodd Holsapple, left, and Zach Hill use recycled game boards and stickers to create their art work themed to honor women as they participate in the “Go Green, Get Green” recycled art contest during the Art Slam event held on Main Street in Newhall on Thursday night. 
Farid Zarif, left, at the congo drums and Jarrett Furst on cello of the band “Much of Many” entertain. Farid Zarif, left, at the congo drums and Jarrett Furst on cello of the band “Much of Many” entertain.
Farid Zarif, left, at the congo drums and Jarrett Furst on cello of the band “Much of Many” entertain.
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Local residents participate in the “Go Green, Get Green” recycled art contest during the Art Slam event held on Main Street in Newhall on Thursday night.

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