Saturday, December 3, 2022

Winners Of Culturefix’s Bus Wrap Art Competition Unveiled

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WILLIAMSBURG-The two winners of Culturefix’s bus wrap art competition were recently announced.

In the Professional Artist category, Sally St. Rose of Williamsburg’s artwork was chosen while a student named Grace from the Walsingham Academy’s Lower School in Williamsburg won in the Amateur Artist category.

In August, Culturefix, in collaboration with Williamsburg Area Transit Authority (WATA), announced an art competition in which residents were asked to create an art design to be wrapped around two WATA buses. The buses, which were unveiled at Williamsburg’s An Occasion For the Arts, will be on display throughout the month of October.

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