Saturday, June 30, 2012

Oct 25th 2012


International Artist Day
October 25th
Annually

www.internationalartistday.com www.facebook.com/I.A.D.Official


Here are some suggestions for events, on International Artist Day.
Have the Mayor of your city proclaim this day, October 25th, as International Artist Day every year. The mayor has the right to make proclamations. So a council vote is not needed. For an example of a Proclamation click into this link:
For a visual exposure have your local media film an interview and do an article about the Artist(s) in your area.
Have businesses sponsor an Artist by purchasing a painting for their lobby, or hosting a show.
Treat your favorite Artist to lunch or dinner.
With so much up and coming new talent out there, why not help sponsor an emerging artist, through a weekend workshop or fundraiser.
Advertise International Artist Day by downloading our logo and using it to print posters or invitations for events.
As a gallery owner, host an Open House with as many of your represented Artists in attendance.
As an individual art lover, throw a house party featuring your Artist friend(s) and their artwork, of course!
Host an “Art Auction” in a restaurant with a guest speaker to talk about art appreciation, art history (briefly) and the importance art plays in our society. Charge per plate. This money can be used to help sponsor new talent in the schools.
Send International Artist Day greeting/post cards to all your supporters to show your appreciation and thank them for honoring Artists and supporting the arts.
If you have any type of website, add the International Artist Day link and feature a different artist of the month, every month with a short biography.
Most of us drive so why not have some magnetic decals or bumper stickers made to promote International Artist Day to display on your vehicle. This would help the awareness to develop.

Thank you Marilyn Hurst

2 comments:

virtual voyage said...

All the best with the blog - some good suggestions here, especially like the one of featuring a favourite artist every month.

Trevor Lingard said...

All very interesting.
Good luck with the blog