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 > Little League Online > Media > Little League News Archive > 2014 > January-April > Official Artist of the 75th Anniversary of Little League®, Charles Fazzino, Comes to Williamsport, Pa., for Educational Workshops

Official Artist of the 75th Anniversary of Little League®, Charles Fazzino, Comes to Williamsport, Pa., for Educational Workshops

Official Artist of the 75th Anniversary of Little League®, Charles Fazzino, Comes to Williamsport, Pa., for Educational Workshops

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Nationally-celebrated pop artist Charles Fazzino, has created officially licensed works of art for 14 NFL Super Bowls, nine MLB All Star Games, the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi as well as the last seven Olympiads, and many other major sporting and cultural events. His next project is in celebration of the 75th Anniversary of Little League®.

From February 25 to 27, through the support of the First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania (FCFP), Mr. Fazzino held a series of educational workshops for students and teachers from Lycoming and Sullivan County school districts in Pennsylvania to work on the official artwork for the 75th Anniversary of Little League. The visit also kicked off the work of fifth grade classes in Lycoming and Sullivan Counties to create their own Pop Art Project, and an art contest for the high school students in the same school districts.

“It was wonderful to spend the week in Williamsport, the home of Little League Baseball®, to celebrate the occasion with the community,” said Mr. Fazzino, who is based in New York. “Being able to work with the teachers and students of these counties was a wonderful opportunity to educate them on Pop Art and further enrich their semester through art education.”

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