Carlmont Con allows students to share creative content

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Carlmont Con allows students to share creative content

Juliana Rinaldi holds the microphone out for a response from the crowd from her band's set during Carlmont Con, May 2019.

Juliana Rinaldi holds the microphone out for a response from the crowd from her band's set during Carlmont Con, May 2019.

Juliana Rinaldi holds the microphone out for a response from the crowd from her band's set during Carlmont Con, May 2019.

Juliana Rinaldi holds the microphone out for a response from the crowd from her band's set during Carlmont Con, May 2019.

Talia Fine, Scot Scoop Editor

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Carlmont Con, an event organized by ASB President Valerie Wang, was presented as a quasi-music festival. However, this one would exclusively feature the creative content of Carlmont students. This content included musical stylings from bands and solo-artists, clothing such as sweatshirts and scrunchies, and food sales from local businesses. Click the picture below for more information and to see media from the event.

 

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