STUDENT PORT TOWNSEND WEARABLE ART SHOW 2016

The first Student Port Townsend Wearable Art Show was held October 8, 2016 to two SOLD OUT shows at Key City Public Theater. All proceeds of the show went the Jefferson County Community Foundation’s Fund for Women and Girls.

Best in Show “Fire Goddess” by artist Anora Kuzma (6 years old)

Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News Artist and model, Anora Kuzman, 6 wears her creation, Fire Goddess, during the Student Wearable Art Show at Key City Public Theater in Port Townsend on Saturday.

Second Place “Tale Tellers Tale” by artist Nadia Fisch (10 years old)

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Third Place “I Am a Tree, I Am Alive” by artist Biaani Egeler (10 years old)

Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News Biaani Egeler, 10, models her I Am A Tree, I Am Alive, creation during the Student Wearable Art Show at Key City Public Theater in Port Townsend on Saturday.

Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News The sold out audience applauds the twelve artists and models and their creations during the 1st Children's Wearable Art Fashion Show at Key City Public Theater in Port Townsend on Saturday. The models are from left, Anouk Kaiser, Rrutanna (cq) Lanphear-Ramierz, Nadial Fisch, Piani (cq) Egeler, Ruby Mills, Sam Pierson-Staab, Crenna Stark, Sophia Heistand, Frances Lynch, Macy Little and Anora Kuzma.

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The sold out audience applauds the twelve artists and models and their creations during the 1st Children’s Wearable Art Fashion Show at Key City Public Theater in Port Townsend on Saturday.
The models are from left, Anouk Kaiser, Rrutanna (cq) Lanphear-Ramierz, Nadial Fisch, Piani (cq) Egeler, Ruby Mills, Sam Pierson-Staab, Crenna Stark, Sophia Heistand, Frances Lynch, Macy Little and Anora Kuzma.

Special Thank You to:

Judges Nonie Gaines, Kelly Matlock and Galadriel Nichols
PT WAS Artistic Director Margie McDonald. Thank you to the
JCCF’s Fund for Women & Girls who provided the prizes for the winners
Key City Public Theatre for their sponsorship and support.
Steve Mullensky of Quality-of-Light Photography