Our gracious hosts, Lisa and Jack of Viva Pops, donated a portion of the evening's sales to Zamorano. I have another speaking engagement coming up and with the stipend from that too, I plan on starting an art scholarship fund for deserving Zamorano students each year. Thanks for the idea, Carrie:)
Zamorano Fine Arts Academy student work and real-world collaborations. Art projects created by K-5 students in San Diego.
Monday, April 4, 2011
Our student exhibit was a huge success! We had a great turnout filled with students, families, and friends. Students were also able to meet Isaias Crow, the artist of the mural that was the inspiration for their projects. The show will be up for a week longer, so get over to the store if you haven't check out the work of our "pop stars" and cool off with a delicious pop while you're at it.
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