The AIGA San Diego LINK Student Art Show was a hit on Sunday, April 7. After attending a series of workshops led by professional designers, painters, and photographers throughout the year, the LINK students hung their artwork at Space4Art in Downtown San Diego’s East Village.
Friends, family and the design community came out to support the kids for the event.
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“It’s one of the best feelings being able to see the kids hard work up on the walls along with their collective confidence in themselves and each other,” said Karen Morrison, AIGA San Diego LINK Director.
LINK is an AIGA San Diego program that connects teens in need with artists and creative professionals, encouraging expression, creativity and self-esteem through innovative workshops and educational scholarships. LINK is made possible through the generosity of the The Richard and Jean Coyne Family Foundation in an effort to increase diversity in the field of visual communications. Last year, over $5,000 in college scholarships was awarded to deserving graduating students in the AIGA San Diego LINK program.
LINK wraps up another year