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Artist in Action


3rd Annual
Clemson Walk for Water

Katie performed a speed painting, "Pi Bon Lavi," live during Clemson's 3rd Annual Walk for Water. The Walk for Water is an immersive fundraising event which puts the community in the shoes of individuals who have to walk miles every day to collect water for their families. Funds raised provide sustainable engineering solutions to create clean water in developing countries where is desperately needed.

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Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries 10 Year Anniversary Gala

Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries celebrated 10 Years of working in the Central Plateau of Haiti to engineering solutions for clean water, sanitation, improved medicine, and sustainable energy to the people of Cange. CEDC implemented the first chlorinated municipal water system in Haiti which provides nearly 10,000 people with clean water daily. Katie's live speed painting captures the partnership CEDC has with the people of Haiti.


Artists of the Upstate Gallery
Artisphere - Greenville, SC

Katie had the honor of being featured in the Artists of the Upstate Juried Exhibition - an annual gallery during Greenville, SC's Artisphere festival featuring artists from the Upstate of South Carolina. 

Town of Farragut Art Show

The Arts & Beautification Committee of the Town of Farragut, TN sponsors an annual art show featuring the artist of the area. Katie was awarded 2nd place in the drawing category for her piece "Smoothie Explosion".

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BlackStream International Real Estate Art Gallery

Katie was a featured artist in the BlackStream International Real Estate Art Gallery on North Main Street, Downtown Greenville, SC and presented Pi Bon Lavi and her Food collections.

TEDx Clemson University

Breaking the Mold - harnessing the unexplored potential of the strong and diverse community sense in Clemson. Katie Romba presented during TedX Clemson as a speed painter "breaking the mold" of artists in Clemson.

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