GAMA calls for entries for Trashy Sculpture Show, Sept. 26
[Source: Beatrice Moore] — The Bragg’s Pie Factory building at 1301 Grand Avenue in downtown Phoenix will host several special exhibits as part of the September 26, 2009 Grand Avenue Festival, which will celebrate the history of Lower Grand by highlighting interesting historic commercial sites, adaptive re-use projects, neighborhood sustainability, recycling, and the diverse small business community.
Suite 2, the main vaulted room in the Pie Factory building, will host the Trashy Sculpture Show, and will exhibit all manner of work made primarily from trash and recycled materials. Works can hang from the rafters, be free standing, be attached to the walls, be attached to the parking lot fence outside the building, or be hung from the trees in front of the building. An entry fee of $10 per piece will be charged (proceeds go to the Grand Avenue Merchant’s Association); however, in the case of school groups the fee will be waived. Work must be ready to install by September 24.
For more information on how to participate, contact Beatrice Moore at 602-391-4016 or e-mail. Advance notice will be needed for projects slated for fencing outside the building or for tree sculptures.
APPLICATION FOR THE TRASHY SCULPTURE SHOW
NAME OF ARTIST(S):
GROUP (IF APPLICABLE):
ADDRESS (INCLUDING CITY AND ZIP):
NAME OF WORK:
Work can be for sale (or not). Seventy percent of the sales price will go to the artist with the remainder to the Grand Avenue Merchant’s Association. All work must be delivered ready to hang or exhibit in whatever manner it was intended.
Posted on July 1, 2009, in Arts and Culture, Downtown Vitality, Historic Preservation, History, Neighborhoods and tagged Downtown Phoenix, Grand Avenue, Grand Avenue Festival, Grand Avenue Merchants Association, Trashy Sculpture. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.