ONE OF A KIND, LOCALLY DESIGNED ART
Winner of our Downtown Market's 2021 Art Contest!
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Thirty percent of proceeds are donated to Rogue Valley nonprofits dedicated to the Families recovery from the Almeda fire. The Third contest was supported by a concerned citizen of Central point Oregon who chose to help the survivors affected by the Almeda fire through the rogue valley.
The fire of 2020 destroyed what has been reported 2600 homes between Ashland, talent, Phoenix, and Medford.
This tragedy brings communities together and being states apart we are honored to see winner 3 year old Bowen Chanquet’s “Resilience” Art piece on multiple archival news prints from the area.
Four different versions exist: front page from Ashland weekly tidings, Central point Herald, advertisement page from Ashland tidings, and the Polk county post.
Bowen received a personal certificate, locally made treats and gifts, and dueling Nerf guns So he can play with his family and friends!
Bowen‘s winning piece is helping support those families with kindness, support, and community. Please assist in this great cause to bring humanity closer.
Philipsburg Public Schools
This unique and whimsical artwork was created by students Brantley Stephenson and Weston Galiher, of Philipsburg Public Schools. Brantley and Weston vividly captured the Downtown Market themes of Community, Kindness, and Happiness. We couldn't be more proud to collaborate with and feature their wonderful artwork! Please show some love for these two creative kiddos and help support the Philipsburg Public Schools art program, by purchasing one (or all) of these posters below!
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Las Vegas Academy of the Arts, Mariachi Band
Las Vegas Academy of the Arts (LVA) High School has a national award-winning mariachi program for which students audition and are accepted only if they meet the highest-quality talent requirements. Unfortunately, many of our most skilled and hard-working students come from families of low-income homes. This makes it extremely difficult for some students to travel to national competitions, and the department is forced to hold fundraisers or not compete at all for national awards that they can undoubtedly win. Dana is generously donating her winnings to LVA's Mariachi Department to ensure that every student is able to go to competition. LVA and Downtown Market are so proud of and incredibly thankful to Dana for her beautiful contribution. Please show your support for these students by purchasing a copy of the beautiful print below.