Artists invited to attend Auburn Art Walk Orientation
PlacerArts invites all emerging and established artists to participate in the 2010 Auburn Art Walk season. Art Walks are hosted at dozens of local businesses in Downtown and Old Town Auburn on the second Thursdays in April, June, August and October.
Art enthusiasts enjoy an evening of strolling through the community, meeting the artists, enjoying art, fine food and live entertainment. Artists receive exposure to hundreds of patrons and the chance to educate the public about their artistic talents and processes.
New artists are always welcome to participate in one or more Art Walks each season. The Auburn Art Walk Committee encourages all interested artists to attend an important Art Walk Orientation meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 3, at The Arts Building, 808 Lincoln Way, Auburn.
Artists who attend will learn about Art Walk guidelines for art and framing, how to submit a portfolio, timelines and tips for publicity and press releases.
Current and potential Art Walk artists are also invited to submit their work to be photographed at a Professional Art Photo Shoot. There is no better way to project your professionalism than through the use of high quality images. Artists may drop off work for the Photo Shoot at the Art Walk Orientation Meeting. Cost is 20 per 2-D piece and $30 per 3-D piece, with some optional fees for additional views. Work will be photographed on Friday, Feb. 5, and may be picked up on Tuesday, Feb. 9.
Information on the Auburn Art Walk and how to apply may be obtained at PlacerArts.org/artwalk. Please RSVP to PlacerArts by calling (530) 885-5670 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend the orientation meeting.
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