WAHS Student Art Show at Artisans Depot in May

Small group brainstorming for Neighborhood Initiative Funds at the Crozet Community Advisory Committee’s March 15 meeting at Crozet Elementary School. (Photo: Mike Marshall)
Left to right, front to back: Reese Miller, Nichole Heon,Laura Grice, Kyle McCullough, Johnny Riordan, Jennifer Mowad, Mia Donalson, Zoe Berr, Caitlin Adams, Cayla Craig, Sami Callinan, Jack Weyher, Ava Terrill, Aubrey Campbell, William Campbell, Angelina Hillier, Laura Chatterson, Marion Alcaro. (Photo: Tori Jackson)

WAHS Visual Art and CTE students will hold an art show and sale at the Crozet Artisan Depot throughout May, with a reception on May 13 from 3 to 5 pm featuring pottery demonstrations, music, and refreshments. To prepare for the show, Jennifer Mowad of Cocoa & Spice (center holding sign), a Depot partner, visited the class to share marketing tips for hand-made items. “People buy with their eyes,” she declared, “so presentation is everything. Show your passion about your product. Every event is worth it, regardless of sales, because you make connections with potential customers.” “This show and sale are really special for our students,” explains Ceramics teacher Laura Chatterson (center back row), “because the Depot is generously allowing them to keep 60 percent of their sales price to cover the costs of materials.”


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here