Scottsdale Artists’ School to host fashion, art show

Scottsdale Artists’ School’s Canvas and Couture, a fashion and art show, will be April 27 at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West, 12621 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd.

Chanel Born models clothes that will part of the Canvas and Couture event. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Banna)

The afternoon will begin on the Pavilion Terrace with a light lunch and drinks and culminate in the Music Pavilion with a fashion presentation, according to a press release.

This event is a collaboration with fashion authorities and philanthropists, Doreen Picerne and Robert Black. The event fuses art, architecture and fashion, bursting with color, design and bold style.

Ms. Picerne is a philanthropist and entrepreneur. Mr. Black is founder of the international model and talent agency Ford Robert Black Agency.

Together they co-own Fashion by Robert Black. Well acquainted with the world of fashion and art, they are both long-time supporters of the School, a release states.

Scottsdale Artists’ School, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, teaches the fundamentals of fine art to artists and aspiring artists of all ages and skill levels.

The school offers programs to a wide range of students including: children, adults, families, public schools, education facilities, shelters, rehabilitation services and many others who might not be able to receive this education without assistance. Proceeds from Canvas & Couture will go to supporting these programs.

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