Wednesday, June 20, 2007

3-D CD

"Recycled art" is on the agenda Monday, June 25th with Andee and the students at ArtVentures at the Discovery Center in Murfreesboro, TN. In "3-D CD," Andee hopes that the students will enjoy turning old, discarded CDs into something imaginative and possibly functional.

Discovery Center is an interactive museum and environmental center created for the children and families of Middle Tennessee and is dedicated to promoting excellence in education through hands-on exhibits and programs. Our aim is that each child, teen and adult who visits will grow in knowledge, competence and appreciation for themselves, their families, their community and their environment.

For more on The Discovery Center, visit:

Act Like a GRRRL!

Andee facilitated a collaborative painting project with the teen artists involved in "Act Like a GRRRL." The murals will be displayed during the final performances on June 28th and June 29th.

"Act Like a GRRRL is all about teenage girls finding their voices -- through writing, dancing, performance. This year, I want to add a visual art component... so, I was wondering if Andee would come and talk to them about what she does and then maybe lead them through an exercise where they get to paint a little -- finding their "voice" on the canvas."
-Vali Forrester

The girls spent hours discussing, drawing and painting in order to create 3 unique and incredible murals.

Come support Director Vali Forrester and the multi-talented teen artists on Thursday, June 28th and Friday, June 29th at Belmont University.

For more information, contact:

Sunday, June 03, 2007

Art at the Relay for Life

Andee will have art for sale at two booths during the Relay for Life in Bowling Green, KY, June 8th and 9th. The Relay for Life will begin at 5:00pm on Friday, June 8th. Andee art will be available at the Bowling Green Christian Church booth and the Campus for a Cure booth. All money from the sales of art will go to the American Cancer Society (ACS).
Andee art will include small paintings on wood, Hot Dogs-Dogs in PJs for $20 each and a large Hot Dog cut-out for FREE photos (pictured above) at the Bowling Green Christian Church booth. Andee's brother, sister-in-law, nephew and niece attend the church.
Andee will have posters, t-shirts, and free swag at the Campus for a Cure booth. This booth is to support ACS through a new non-profit, Adventures Inside a Campus for a Cure. Find out more about this artist-supported non-profit at:

Thanks to friends and family for support of both teams. Donations will be accepted before and during the event. Checks can be made out to ACS and mailed to:
andee rudloff
556 morris alley
bowling green, ky 42101

Do what you can to help in finding a CURE and supporting families dealing with cancer.

Friday, June 01, 2007


"Giving Our Daughters a Chance"

Friday, June 1st, 2007
6-9:30 pm
Prince Hall
Masonic Association
2832 Georgia Ave.
Nashville, TN 37209

The mission of P.L.E.A.S.E.S. is for every young female between the ages of 10-19 to have the opportunity for life-building growth. This program helps young females and enables them to grow into being positive independent women.

P.L.E.A.S.E.S. strives to provide hope. More importantly they are shown someone in the community truly cares about their interests.

Started by Aretha Howard in 1996, Howard had a dream to start a non-profit organization helping the girls of today live for tomorrow. Howard, a young mother at fourteen, understands the pressures and struggles on young women today.

P.L.E.A.S.E.S. is hosting an art event and reception in support of their programming and summer camp Friday, June 1st.

Artists include: Ali Bellos, Franne Lee, Beth Seiters, Jimi Benedict, Tiffany Denton, Eric Denton, Shana Kohnstamm, Kathy Townsend , Danielle Duer, Andee Rudloff, Jodi Reeves, and many more!
Great art at Great Prices to Benefit a Great Cause!
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