Call for Art: The Extinction Event – Share your art. Help save the planet.

Posted on: May 11th, 2017 by Spindleworks
Spindleworks

What: Call for Art: The Extinction Event
When:  opening August 11, 2017, 4-7pm exhibit runs August 1st-September 29th
Where: Frontier Café, 14 Maine Street, Brunswick 

Entry Form: Click Here

We need your creative voice to speak loudly about climate change!  The Extinction Event is an art exhibit that raises alarm for the drastic changes in our climate which is causing the current crisis for all species on the planet.  This year’s All Species art show sponsored by Spindleworks will call attention to the urgency of protecting life on our planet. The exhibit The Extinction Event is meant to draw attention to our living planet both to celebrate, and to raise awareness of the diversity of species, all of which are affected by our actions and inactions.

This year artists are called to submit work that focuses on the threat facing all wildlife and how our actions are necessary to protect the planet.  We welcome diversity of artistic expression to reflect the importance of this theme. This will be the seventh exhibit in the series, which has drawn artists from across Maine and across the country.  A portion of the sales from this year’s exhibit will go to Maine Audubon and will help fund their efforts to protect Maine’s wildlife. 30% from each art sale will be donated to this vital organization dedicated to protecting our planet.

***Click here for entry form and click here for Call for art, or interested artists can email Brian for an application at bbraley@iaofmaine.org (subject line: The Extinction Event), or stop by Spindleworks to pick one up. Deadline for entry forms and fee is July 28th.
Spindleworks is a non-profit art center for adults with disabilities and a program of the Independence Association of Brunswick Maine, whose mission is to help children and adults with disabilities achieve full and inclusive lives in their chosen community.  Gallery is open M-F 9-4 and artists are on site M-F 9-2.

 

 

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