Our “Evening of Art for Scholarships” Was a Big Success!

Zainab Jappie with her display of ceramics


Sara Vasquez and her sister


Mecca Bostwick with her mixed media works


Jocelyn Doffner with her display of polymer clay jewelry

Our 2023 Evening of Art for Scholarships would not have been possible without the generous contributions from our event sponsors. Thank you for your support of AAUW and our mission, to advance equity for women and girls through research, education, and advocacy!

Platinum sponsors
WSU Everett
Six Degrees Team
Reece Homes
Comstock Jewelers

Gold sponsor
Doug’s Lynnwood Mazda

Bronze sponsors
Cindy Gobel
Cline Jewelers
Edward Jones, Financial Advisor Juliana R Van Buskirk

Thank you to all of the artists who donated one or more pieces of their work to our silent auction. All money raised goes to our scholarships.

Alison Grimm, fine art prints
Nancy Bishop Harvey, multi-media
Jocelyn Doffner, Aunty Monstera clay polymer jewelry
Karen Epperson, paintings
Julie Ellis, jewelry, Julz Gem Designs
Mary Bess Johnson, underwater photography
Gina Hanzsek, collage, assemblage, and mixed media
Lynnea Matson, watercolor, on Instagram @Lynneaedanceswithwater
Julieta Vitullo, art and poetry pieces made on antique typewriters
Steven and Nicola Murry, Sauk Mountain Pottery, on Instagram @saukmountainpottery
Amy Howard, wood artisan
Sara Vasquez, paintings and prints, on Instagram @sarita.draws
A Hue of You, a collaborative effort by sisters Mecca, Asantawa and Ruqiyah, various media ranging from acrylic, epoxy resin, and ink to watercolor and wood
Jessie Tear, collage
Zainab Jappie, ceramics
Eva Armsden, drawings

Other Fundraising

In addition to scholarships, our fundraising supports our branch programs and projects, including Expanding Your Horizons, STEM scholar recognition, and support for students to attend the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders.

NCCWSL attendees Sara Jones, Mangwe Silanda, and Carmen Bowen; Dana Parker and Phyllis Keiley-Tyler at our fundraiser in December, 2019