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Thursday, January 14, 2010

How Much Is that Doggy in the Wondow?

Hello Artists!

WALK Gallery, LLC is excited to tell you about our newest collaboration with Charleston Animal Society (CAS) on an art show titled, How Much is that Doggy in the Window?

Our hope is that you will donate a work of art for this show to benefit CAS. What does not sell will be entered into the 2010 A Furry Affair, CAS's annual fundraiser, in June. To donate your work please email us at entry@walkgallery.org for details. All artwork will need to be dropped off by Feb 5, 2010 ready to hang. Allison Bolduc will be accepting artwork at the CAS facility off of Remount Road, and a downtown drop off location will be announced later through email.

The artwork needs to be related to animals. 2d work is preferred, but if you have a 3d piece you're interested in donating please send a picture of it. Please fill out the attached donation form and bring it with your art donation when you drop it off. The artwork will be in the Millennium Building windows on the corner of King and Calhoun and at 501 King Street.
Download: Donation Form

This is a great opportunity to get your work seen, and its for a great cause. The works will be up through Southeastern Wildlife Expo (SEWE), where potentially tens of thousands of people will see it. The work will be up through February.

If you have any questions please email Christina Bailey at entry@walkgallery.org

Thank you for all your support toward bringing an awareness to the public about CAS, and the services they provide for our furry friends.


WALK Gallery Volunteers