‘We all can paint it out!’

By: Tammy White
Apr 03, 2016
CALA-Bash workshop participants holding their artwork
Students and adults participated in the painting workshop, at which the choice was painting a landscape or the galaxy. (Panther photo by Tammy White)

CALA-Bash 2016 went colorful as the art department hosted a “paint and punch night” on April 4.
The workshop was open to the public and there were two rooms for age groups, one for children and one for adults. All seats filled up early and some individuals couldn’t participate.
“I untapped my artistic side and it felt good. I hope you all have another one soon, because everyone should participate in this opportunity,” Chanteria Polk said.
Students and adults had the choice of painting a landscape or the galaxy. There was an equal number in both rooms, which were filled to capacity.
Claflin Mass Communications Department instructor Bianca Crawford’s public relations class students decorated and volunteered at the event.
“The CALA-Bash kickoff went better than expected and we will be hosting another one soon,” Crawford said.
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