Art Walk Benefits Skyview School
This post is guest-written by Anne Legge, Board President of Skyview School and co-owner and operator of Arts Prescott Cooperative Gallery.
Art Walk: An Event with a Cause You Won't Want to Miss!
Friday, November 25th from 5-8 PM
Two Local First Arizona members are teaming up for a unique fundraising event to benefit local Prescott children. Arts Prescott Gallery, a cooperative of local artists since 1994, will be collaborating with local artists and students of Skyview School - a local charter school situated in the heart of Prescott.
100% of your purchases or donations will go directly to support
Skyview School’s art and dance programs.
This unique fundraising opportunity features artwork donated by the 26 members of Arts Prescott Gallery, along with many other local professional and student artists, all collaborating for a single cause: to support art and dance in our public schools.
The show and sale runs through Dec. 21st. A preview of some of the donated artworks is available HERE.
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Arts Prescott Cooperative Gallery
Arts Prescott Cooperative Gallery was founded in 1994 by local artists. The Gallery is still owned and operated by the artists. On display you will discover a range of arts that include paintings, photographs, weaving, pottery, ceramics, baskets, sculpture, jewelry and glasswork. It is a tradition at Arts Prescott Gallery to host a fundraising event each year benefiting a local charitable organization. Members of Arts Prescott Gallery donate artworks for the fundraiser, and solicit artwork donations from our local community to benefit the selected non-profit organization.
Skyview School is a local non-profit charter school that has been serving K-8 students in the Prescott Tri-city area for the past 21 years. The school is a multiple intelligence education-based school that has always incorporated art and dance or music into their curriculum. The proceeds from this fundraiser will go directly to support these departments to insure that all students at Skyview School continue to benefit from arts in their education.