The 10th annual Feed a Starving Artist Craft Show offered a fun community day of food, music and art at Brandywine Heights High School, Saturday, Dec. 7.
For the last decade, Brandywine Heights Area High School Art Department has hosted their “Feed a Starving Artist” event.
With more than 50 crafters the event was designed to offer local artisans a free venue to sell or just display their work in addition to offering the art department a venue to showcase student talents. This year the Art 4 students were given a “Flea Market Flip” assignment. Their finished works were one of our features, some of which were for sale.
In addition to the amazing artwork, the show featured live entertainment throughout the day and amazing food. All of the soups featured are home made. Locally made apple dumplings with or without ice cream offered a tasty treat to complete a meal.
In addition to all of this, there were student supervised, make your own craft areas. For a small fee attendees could paint their own pottery, make a penguin or elf, or create a ribbon wreath just to name a few.