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SOCSA Visual Arts | Natalie Hribar-Kelly

Mrs Hribar-Kelly is the Visual and Performing Arts Department Chair. She earned her Master in Fine Arts degree from CSULB,  Master in Education from UCSB, and BA from UCLA. She began teaching at Dana Hills, which also happens to be her alma mater, in 2004. Currently, Hribar-Kelly teaches Digital Photography, Ceramics, and AP Studio Art: 3D. Mrs.Hribar-Kelly prides herself in creating opportunities for students to show their artwork both at the school site and in the community. She also enjoys taking her students on various field studies.


Mrs. Hribar-Kelly will be presenting information about the various visual art course available to Dana Hills students as well as pathways for the various areas of study. Students will also learn about the different opportunities to showcase their artworks as well as art field trips and community art programs.


Natalie Hribar-Kelly

Visual/Performing Arts Department Chair

South Orange County School of The Arts, Teacher Digital Photography (CTE), Ceramics and AP Studio Art: 3D Dana Hills High School


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