Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Lead artist on Panel Painting Workshop

Join us for a

For the Music City Center Construction Art Project

Wednesday, January 12th
5:00 - 7:00 PM | The Pinnacle at Symphony Place
Enjoy painting, food, beverages and fun with your business colleagues!

Co-Chairs: Deb Palmer George & Pam Thomas

The Music City Center has invited the Arts & Business Council to direct the "Community Leader" segment of the Center's new Construction Fence Art Project. Become a painter and a sponsor and join Mayor Karl Dean in bringing Nashville’s creativity together. Led by artist Andee Rudloff, it's easy, clean and fun!

Plus, for the next two years, the art will be displayed across 150 feet of the construction fence along 5th Avenue across from the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Creativity and the arts are a vital economic driver for Nashville – and what better way to express Nashville’s creative vitality than by bringing together the cultural innovation of the city around this dynamic project.

Companies are invited to join us for this exciting opportunity.

I will be a 2011 NAEA presenter in Seattle, WA!!

I just received this...

Thank you for responding to the 2011 NAEA National Convention Call for Presentations. It is my pleasure to inform you that your presentation, Innovative community mural project initiating creative space & dialogue, was accepted for inclusion in the program for the 2011 NAEA National Convention in Seattle, Washington, March 17-20. The specific time and date of your presentation will be sent to you following completion of our scheduling process.

This session is scheduled as a Performance, an opportunity to present arts-based performance to provoke thoughtful engagement, reflection, and dialogue related to a topic or issue; 25-, 50-, and 90-minute sessions. Regular theatre seating.

NAEA received a record number of presentations this year and, once again, relied upon a scoring rubric for the peer review and assessment process. The peer review process requires careful thought and consideration in terms of Content, Clarity of Purpose, Suitability/Relevance, Quality, and overall program balance. The overall caliber of this year’s presentations was excellent—making the acceptance of just over 900 sessions (approximately 62%) highly competitive. The average score for accepted presentations was (out of a possible 15).

In the coming months, a preliminary convention schedule will be available on NAEA’s website. Visit NAEA online at for convention updates, schedules, and additional registration information.

Hope to see you there!!!
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