Art in Public Places (AIPP)
I hope everybody is safe and sane. I want to begin to think about AIPP. The board is meeting this week and may have some input. At moment I don't know when the venues will open but if you are hanging at the moment, give the venue a call and let me know what you find out as far as their plans. We will have to take it one step at a time. Hopefully, things will loosen up earlier rather than later. I'm assuming that artists, who are signed up for later in the season, will be able to follow the original plan.
Also, there are some empty slots still available. If interested, please let me know. If you have any questions or suggestions or changes also let me know. Colleen
Colleen Tucker and Monique Gray
Schedule and Details:
The Art In Public Places Program supports LAA member artists who choose to show and sell their work in the following venues. Members may sign up in the Fall for the following calendar year.
Click here to view 2020 Schedule which will be updated as slots fill up.
All artists display art at their own risk, neither LAA nor the venues are responsible for the safety of your art.
Please follow AIPP Guidelines if you are interested in this program. Click here to view AIPP Guidelines. You are responsible for following the AIPP rules, so please read the guidelines thoroughly. Each venue is slightly different and some have recently changed their rules, so be sure to read everything.
A number of artists took advantage of the AIPP Sign Up at the November 7 member meeting. Notice that there are spaces for 2 artists at some venues. Any one who is interested in signing up for vacant space contact Colleen Tucker email@example.com or Monique Gray, firstname.lastname@example.org. It's first-come first-served, so sign up soon. Download the schedule (link above) to see available slots.
Please contact Colleen Tucker, email@example.com or Monique Gray, firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up or for more information.