Monday, February 18, 2008

Open Call for Artwork for Forty Shades of Green Show (& more studios)

We want YOUR artwork celebrating Ireland's culture & land...

both traditional and out-of-the-box! Pittsfield's legendary biennial open call art show, Forty Shades of Green (named after the song Johnny Cash wrote about Ireland), promises to be as eclectic and inspiring as it was the first time two years ago! We say, it IS easy being green, and hope you'll think so too. Bring original work, ready to hang to the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts Sunday, March 9 between 12 noon to 3pm. And mark your calendars for the reception, featuring traditional live Irish music and dance, on Sunday, March 16, from 12 noon to 2pm!

(Pictured below for your inspiration: Collecting Meteorites at Knowth by Irish artist Sean Hillen)

Click here for more info on the call for artists for Forty Shades of Green

And below is A Soap Bubble, by McDermott & McGough, currently on display at the Irish Museum of Modern Art.

Click here to visit the Irish Museum of Modern Art for more inspiration!

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