Your Art Here


Are you one of the following?

a) an artist with work to share

b) not an artist by title, but have work to share

c) incapable of producing anything worth hanging on a wall, but still like to look at other people’s art and support their efforts.

If yes, then you should swing by the event – one part innovative fundraiser,  and one part celebration of local artists in all their forms – going on at the Boulder Museum of ContemporaryArt this evening. This event is the annual Open Wall Party.

Whatever your medium, whatever your skill, there are nails, hammers, some tables and pedestals, and, of course, open walls waiting for you to display your art. First come, first displayed, so make sure to get there before space fills up. Live music, featuring the talented Harper Philips and her ukulele (hear some of her songs here), and a cash bar help to create a great atmosphere for getting to know the artists in the Boulder area. The night’s silent auction of the works on display will benefit both the artists and BMoCA – and you’ll get to take home a completely original piece of artwork.

The Open Wall Party at BMoCA is hosted by Elephant Journal, an eco-minded publication with the mission of “bringing together those working and playing to create enlightened society.” In addition to putting on a great evening, Elephant has also put together a room of local and eco-art pieces, and will be providing tips on how to “green”-ify your art studio.

What: Elephant Journal’s Open Wall Party

Where: Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art in Boulder, Colorado.

When: 7-10 p.m.

* a $5 donation is suggested.

RSVP on Facebook here.

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