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In The Community: Arts, Baseball, and PANDA

April 30, 2018 by PHX Architecture
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In The Community: Arts, Baseball, and PANDA
ARTS, BASEBALL, PANDA
ARTS, BASEBALL, PANDA
ARTS, BASEBALL, PANDA
ARTS, BASEBALL, PANDA
ARTS, BASEBALL, PANDA
ARTS, BASEBALL, PANDA

PHX recently sponsored a film contest, “I Love the Arts” , for local high school students in partnership with Scottsdale Public Arts. We hosted clients and consultants at an Arizona Diamondbacks game and designed a Boho Beach House playhouse for PANDA which supported the Children’s Epilepsy Project.

Huge congratulations to Kate Hammond who had the winning video in the I Love The Arts film contest. Students were challenged to create a video depicting the arts in Scottsdale, why they’re in important, and what the arts mean to them.  PHX was honored to judge the competition and we celebrated Kate at the recent Mayor’s Breakfast. Kate is a local Chaparral High School student and wishes to study film in college. Check out Kate’s video here!

PHX also recently hosted clients and consultants at the Diamondbacks v. San Diego Padres game. The group enjoyed awesome dugout seats AND a bonus DBacks win!

Finally, PHX’s German Vega was busy designing a playhouse for PANDA to be auctioned off at their event. German worked with Irwin Broadrick Design and Homes by 1962, and Sonora West Development to create the Boho Beach House. The 70’s theme playhouse comes fully accessorized and features a loft space! PANDA (People Acting Now Discover Answers) supports initiatives to find cures for childhood diseases. To learn more, visit www.azpanda.org.

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