Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Calling All Artists - “Jug-ly Art + Antics 2”

“Jug-ly Art + Antics 2”
Excursions into American Art and Music
Live @ the Peacock Room

Saturday November 3rd, 2012 (opening).

Where: The Peacock Room –1321 North Mills Avenue, Orlando, FL 32803
When: The event/exhibit will officially open on Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 with a VIP Reception from 8 to 9p.m. Admission to the art reception is FREE. Following the opening viewing there will be live music, raffles and JUG-ly antics. $5 door charge after 9pm. A portion of the admission proceeds will be donated to the charities of choice to purchase scholarships. The show will be viewable with pieces available for sale until November 29, 2012.

What: Handcrafted Americana Art. To include but not limited to, Jug pottery, woodworking, painting and creative multi-medium sculpture. The purpose of this event is to showcase the American Craftsmen (and woman).  Jug-ly Art and Antic’s purpose is to bring attention to American Crafts-people, folk artists and musicians, while brining awareness to the needs of the underserved creative youth in our community by supporting their endeavors in the arts and literary expression.

Event & Festivities: Art Opening 8-9pm-Free. $5 admission charge after 9pm for Live music performances by The Bloody Jug Band and other special guests.

Entry Deadline: submission form and art must arrive no later than Friday, October 26th, 2012.

Commission: There will be a 50% commission on all sales attributed to a built-in Charity Donation, and to cover the administration costs of this project. If an artist wishes to donate a greater % of the sale of their piece to the charities, it is at their own discretion (100% donations are always appreciated). The charities are;

- Crealdé School of Art; a community-based non-profit art organization, which features an affordable curriculum of over 100 studio courses in painting and drawing, photography, jewelry, and ceramics and sculpture.
***Donations will fund several scholarships to allow under-served youth to participate in Art/Pottery classes.

- Page 15; a non-profit organization committed to providing supplemental reading and writing education for all students living and attending public schools in Orlando, Florida.
***Donations will fund several scholarships for the 2013 Youth Writing Camp.

*Note: non-profit donation forms will be available for any art donated at 100%.

Entry Procedure
The artist(s) shall commit to this project by contacting the organizers in advance of the drop/delivery deadline. The artist shall be responsible for shipping cost for all art delivered (if applicable). The show/project will cover cost of shipping (at the most economical rate) on the return of any unsold art at the conclusion of the show unless other arrangements are made.

1.     Please fill out submission form for each piece being submitted with the following info: Artists Name, Title, Medium, and Size (if applicable).
2.     It is recommended you supply a short artist bio or statement with the attached submission form.

Please ship all work to John Theisen RE: Jug-ly Art & Antics – 7905 Guardsmen St., Orlando, FL 32822 / Tel. 407-312-0481

Contact them to request a form.

Please ship all work to John Theisen RE: Jug-ly Art & Antics – 7905 Guardsmen St., Orlando, FL 32822

For questions or more information contact:
 John Theisen at JUGlyArt@aol.com  or Chuck Dinkins at soultripchuckd@yahoo.com or
Peacock Room - 1321 N. Mills Avenue Orlando, FL 32803 407-288-0048

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