The One-Night-Only Dolphin Gallery Exhibits TOW Artists


Laguna’s newest art gallery, the Dolphin Gallery at Top of the World Elementary School, will open its doors for the first time on Friday evening, Feb. 10, with an exhibition featuring over 600 visual artists and an assortment of live instrumental performers offering musical ambiance. Don’t be late because doors to this one-night-only engagement close at 9 p.m. so the artists can be home by bedtime.

The Dolphin Gallery marks introduction of “TOW Arts Night,” transforming the school’s multipurpose room into an art venue for the space of an evening. The gallery will feature one visual arts piece created by each student in the school. Background music will be provided by TOW student instrumentalists, playing acoustic, recital-quality pieces. There will also be a hands-on art sample station with simple projects to occupy younger siblings.

The event is intended to bring families and friends into the school for a pleasant evening that offers an opportunity to showcase the artistic talents of TOW’s students, in alignment with the artistic spirit and heritage of our Laguna Beach community. It is also serves to highlight the school district’s ongoing commitment to arts education, and to show the broader community how that support is implemented in our local elementary school.

TOW Arts Night is sponsored by TOW PTA, with additional funding through a Festival of Arts Foundation grant.


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