Saturday, August 13, 2011

Wilson Arts and Craft Fair / Call for artists

In October, Wilson High School - Washington, DC’s largest and most diverse public high school in the city - will be celebrating its 75th Birthday, and the opening of its recent $85M modernization. The community will be hosting several events to celebrate the birthday and legacy of the school including the creative and artistic talent in the neighborhood.

Painters, potters, jewelers, photographers, glassblowers, and artisans, can sell wares at Wilson’s 75th Anniversary Music and Arts Festival. They are renting out spaces and tables and are also looking for donations of individual pieces to be displayed and sold in the Wilson Art Exhibition and Sale. All will take place inside the newly renovated Woodrow Wilson High School building on October 15, 2011, from 10 to 5. All proceeds go to support Wilson’s 75th Anniversary Capital Campaign and outfit the new Wilson with 21st Century technology and media.

Check out the Artist’s Information page at for more information!

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