Thursday, March 27, 2008

It's Showtime!

Well, I hope all the artists have their work ready!

Fliers announcing the show are all over town, postcards have been mailed, those on email lists have been informed, notices are in the papers, adverts are in magazines, and people are already wearing the T-shirts, which I might add are particularly gorgeous this year. (We are using the American Apparel company's T's: light weight, soft and they pay their workers a living wage. Colors: Magenta for the women, Navy for the guys, both with light gray logo. They'll be available at the gallery.)

Receiving of entries is this Saturday. Thomas, Christi and I look forward to viewing the always wonderful and surprising art. The following Saturday, April 5th is our Opening Reception where everyone can meet the artists. We are happy to report that Bob Sedavie, the wonderful Shakuhachi musician, is once again going to transport us with his haunting Japanese flute.

Thomas and I are also hoping to hang hundreds of Tibetan flags, as a way of sending our blessings and prayers for a cessation of violence and an opening of discussions between the Dalai Lama and the Chinese leaders. (If you have any flags you would like to donate, please bring them this Saturday.)

So, 'til Saturday, keep creating!

Peace and Love,