May 9, 2013 | Kopytek
Calling all creative visionaries, artistic types, and dabblers in the bedazzlement for the eyes and brain! Kopytek Inc. and the Midtown Taste & Art Fair would love you to share your talent with us, and a few hundred of the brightest creative minds in our city. Help keep art alive and well in Midtown by participating in our artist’s call for submission.
Here’s what we’re looking for:
A piece created around the theme around “A Star in Midtown”, framed (your choice!), and not to exceed 11×17 in size. A limit of (2) pieces per artist, please. Your art can be a photograph, a collage, a painting, etc. It just must meet the size requirements and the theme. All artwork will be on display in our unique pop-up gallery for one very special evening, on June 1st, 2013 from 7 pm – 10 pm at 2815 Locust. Please include a title tag with your piece, which will supply your name, the name of your piece, and a price/contact method if you are interested in selling your artwork.
We will need all completed pieces dropped off by May 29th at 9595 Dielman Rock Island Industrial Dr. St Louis, MO 63132 BEFORE 5 p.m. Any work that is not sold will be returned to the artist. Participating artists will also be welcome to join the special VIP party on the evening of June 1st as well, which will give you and a guest an opportunity to “Taste the VIP Star Treatment”. If you are interested in participating, please send your contact information, and the the number of pieces you will be submitting to: email@example.com
Thank you for your interest, we hope to have your participation in this unique event!
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