COA – Dare holds jewelry, wearable art fashion show

Published 7:17 am Monday, July 25, 2022

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College of The Albemarle hosted its 7th Annual Jewelry and Wearable Art Fashion Show recently at the new COA – Dare facility.

During the show, models walked the runway donning stunning and conversational pieces ranging from earrings to wings. Many of the materials used for the jewelry and artwork included silver, brass, copper, textiles and ceramics.

Models in this year’s show included COA students, faculty and staff, along with members of the community.

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COA art instructor Christine Weisner and professional craft jewelry instructor Kathryn Osgood were in attendance. Rex Etheridge, retired history professor, served as master of ceremonies.

“This was a very special evening for Kathryn Osgood as it was her last official show,” stated a COA press release. “She retired at the end of this semester and is relocating to be closer to family.”