Wet Paint Padanaram Harbor 2019
Wet Paint Padanaram Harbor 2019
Paint Padanaram Harbor! The Dartmouth Cultural Center invites all artist to join us Saturday, September 21, 2019, as we gather for this wonderful plein air event. This day long adventure takes place in and around the beautiful, historic Padanaram Harbor and Village. With the help of the Urban Harbor Institute UMass Boston providing a map of public access locations, and more, we want to share the gift of natural beauty that surrounds us while promoting local talent. A brown bag breakfast will be provided by Norton Framing & Gallery, 330 Elm St, Padanaram Village along with a brown bag lunch provided by Brandon Woods of Dartmouth. After a few hours of painting the artists will gather at the South Wharf Yacht Yard, 218 Elm St, Padanaram Village, where a panel of jurors will award gift certificate prizes, $200, $100, and $50 for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places.
Volunteers are needed for this event. Please contact Pauline Santos: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rain date: Sunday, September 22
9:00 - 10:00 AM - Check in at the Dartmouth Cultural Center. Pick up information packet. Your canvases, panels, or papers must be stamped by the DCC to eligible for judging and sales.
9:15 - 10:15 AM - pick up brown bag breakfast at Norton Framing & Gallery
Select a spot to paint! Refer to the map in your packet for public access locations, restrooms, and parking. Please respect our neighbors privacy!
12:00 PM - DCC volunteers will deliver brown bag lunches to artists at public access locations. You’ll find another map in your packet showing options for cold drinks and snacks.
3:00 PM - Artists will gather at the South Wharf Yacht Yard, 218 Elm St, Padanaram Village. Artwork will be checked in and hung.
4:00 PM - Jurors awards prizes and artwork goes up for sale. Cash bar, cheese and crackers.
5:00 - 7:00 PM - Dartmouth Cultural Center Fundraising Party with live music, cash bar, and hors d’oeuvres. Continued sale of artwork. Silent auction. Artists are invited to attend, all other can purchase a ticket online at the Summer Fundraiser link. Friends and family are encouraged to attend and enjoy the amazing waterfront venue. Artwork can stay up for party if the artist is present.
If you accept payment using Square, please be prepared. All proceeds go to artists. Guest make payment to the artists .
Please have your canvas or panel ready to hang, or we can staple a piece of twine for temporary hanging.
Please dress appropriately. A hat or umbrella for shade. Sun block lotion. Bug repellent. Comfortable shoes.
Question? send an email to email@example.com
Registration deadline: September 9, 2019
Email registration reminder sent September 10, 2019
Judy Cronin - Dartmouth High School Unified Arts Director
Gene Ingalls is the curator of fine contemporary glass for The Gallery at Four India Street on Nantucket, MA. Gene focuses on artist relationships and bringing to the gallery the best artists of United States, Eastern, and Western Europe. In most cases he has established strong friendships with these artists and is sometimes a part of the creative process. Gene, a life long collector has a personal portfolio of master works that has been carefully cultivated over the last 20 years which includes artists such as Toland Sand, Petr Stacho, Jochen Off, Andrej Jacob, Jiri Karel and many more.
Wayne Quackenbush is a Newport, Rhode Island based artist and writer. He is a popular culture maven and appreciates the high and low arts. He has a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Pratt Institute. He likes clowns and feels they are mostly misunderstood. The owner of Annex Comics of Newport, a co-founder of the online Annex Art Society, Wayne is the current President of the Portsmouth Arts Guild Center for the Arts, Portsmouth, RI.
Heather Stivison is a Dartmouth based painter whose artwork has been exhibited in juried show across six states. She is a former museum director and published author.