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New Whidbey arts-in-ed program receives donation | NOTABLE

Artist of South Whidbey member Jamie Huden presents a check to Frank Rose, Whidbey Island Arts Council’s Whidbey Arts in Education Community Consortium chairman. - Photo courtesy of Jamie Huden
Artist of South Whidbey member Jamie Huden presents a check to Frank Rose, Whidbey Island Arts Council’s Whidbey Arts in Education Community Consortium chairman.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Jamie Huden

The Artists of South Whidbey presented a $500 check to the Whidbey Arts in Education Commmunity Consortium for its artists-in-residence program for the South Whidbey School District and other island schools.

The program was started by Frank Rose through the Whidbey Island Arts Council and provides students and teachers hand-on arts experience through personal interaction with a professional artist.

Artists of South Whidbey sold art cards at South Whidbey High School during the consortium’s Whidbey Festival of the Arts with the proceeds going to the ASW scholarship fund.

 

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