Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Pabst Blue Ribbon and art???

Pabst Blue Ribbon is holding a beer can art contest.

Get your creative juices flowing and enter the Pabst Art Contest for your chance at $1,893 and a year of beer. PBR is inviting people to submit Paintings, Sculptures, Photography and Poetry for the yearly contest. Hopefully artists can find some... inspiration... from the brand?

Deadline for submissions is Jan. 31. So check out "art gallery" at pabstblueribbon.com.

Art on Stage: The Road to Mecca at Seattle Rep


Art on Stage: The Road to Mecca at Seattle Rep

January 15-February 14

Seattle Repertory Theatre at Seattle Center
Information at www.seattlerep.org

Seattle Repertory Theatre is proud to present The Road to Mecca, inspired by the true story of South Africa's most well-known outsider artist, Helen Martins. The play tells the story of the reclusive artist, who was ostracized by her rural community for her fantastical house. Using found objects and taking inspiration from poetry, religion, and animal imagery, Helen built over 300 sculptures in her yard, and transformed the interior of her home with ground colored glass and mirrors to reflect light. The play's set is practically a fourth character, and draws its inspiration from Helen's real-life house.



The Rep looks forward to hosting all artists and art aficionados at its upcoming production...See you at the theatre!

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Seattle Print Fair


SEATTLE PRINT FAIR FEBRUARY 7 & 8, 2009
at Davidson Galleries: 313 Occidental Ave S, Seattle

Celebrating its eighth year, the Seattle Print Fair returns on an intimate scale with eight select national and local galleries offering highlights of their collections of original print works by American, Asian, and European artists of the last five centuries. The Saturday and Sunday fair, hosted by the Pioneer Square gallery, Davidson Galleries (313 Occidental Ave S), provides an opportunity to browse and purchase from thousands of original, museum quality etchings, woodcuts, and lithographs covering the period from 1500 to the present.
The Seattle Print Fair kicks off Friday night, February 6th, with a preview reception to benefit Cornish College of the Arts and the Print Arts Department. Tickets for the evening preview ($20 each or $35 per couple) can be purchased by calling 206-624-7684. The Fair is free and open to the public on Saturday and Sunday.



Seattle Print Fair 2009
at Davidson Galleries: 313 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104
Saturday, February 7, 10 am – 6 pm
Sunday, February 8, 11 am – 5 pm
Friday, February 6, 6:30 – 8:30 pm, preview to benefit Cornish College of the Arts. Please call 206-624-7684 for preview tickets. For more information visit www.seattleprintfair.com.

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