The Sensoria – Celebration of the Arts at Central Piedmont Community College was a big success last Sunday! It was a beautiful day and it was all about fun in the sun with an explosion of creativity, music and of course food!
As the student liaison for the Charlotte Chapter of IDS I was happy to contribute, along with Pam Hacker, in educating the public on what we do as Interior Designers and to mentor students in the Interior Design Program at all the local schools.
IDS Charlotte / Interior Design
Take a peek at more of Nicole’s work. She’s got skills!
Student member Angela Peck was also on board with Designer, Artist and Instructor Pam Hacker to pass out brochures, “Why You Should Hire An IDS Designer” and postcards for the May 6th CPCC Interior Design Student Portfolio Show.
PCL Interiors also had a drawing for 1 Free Hour Interior Design Consultation by yours truly…and the winner was Liz Mixon! Thank you to all that signed up to receive PCL Interiors monthly newsletter.
Sensoria street scene
Kimple Kreations is a brother sister team of talented artist Anthony and Kimberly Daise. I purchased the Blu-lady on the left and now she’s all mine! I just love her! Of course I thought about Avitar when I first saw it but the artist, Kim, painted it long before the movie and it’s actually a self portrait. Outstanding job Kim.
The Natty Fray had some of the most adorable rings, hair clips and broaches made from frayed fabric.
Mainstreet Creations had some beautiful sculptural paper art by Lisa Underwood.
Amadou African and European Art and Fashions
Grilled cheese sandwiches and duck tacos with homemade coleslaw was just some of the food for sale at the festival
Charlotte Clean and Green set up in this amazing party in a “shipping container” called Boxman Studios. So sweet – it’s ultra chic!
No detail left undone – all the regular trash cans were concealed to promote proper recycle and disposal.