Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Call for Artists: Made in Lawrenceville

Call for Artists: Made in Lawrenceville

(You May be Surprised to Know)

CONTACT:
Joy Borelli-Edwards
be galleries
P: 412.687.2606
begalleries@mac.com

June 22, 2010 - Artists of any medium who live and/or work in Lawrenceville are invited to submit artwork for an upcoming exhibition at be Galleries in Lawrenceville. The show, tentatively titled Made in Lawrenceville (You May be Surprised to Know) will open on July 10th and will run through July 31st. A wide range of art, materials, handmade goods, and other items fabricated in Lawrenceville will be highlighted. The show will seek to cover a variety of artistic mediums as far-ranging as fashion and textile design, soap-making, clay, printmaking, as well as more traditional painting and sculpture. The materials portion of the show will be curated by Janice Donatelli of Artemis Environmental and the art portion will be curated by gallery owner Joy Borelli-Edwards.

Interested Lawrenceville artists may bring up to three pieces of work to be Galleries (3583 Butler Street) on Friday, June 25th between 11am-6pm to be considered for the show. All works must be priced for possible sale and the gallery takes a commission on all works sold. Contact Joy Borelli-Edwards,begalleries@mac.com or 412.687.2606 with questions.

Read more: http://www.begalleries.com/



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