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Call to Arts! Expo

by Kathi Nolls Wednesday, Jun. 18, 2003 at 12:53 PM
info@artistshelpingartists.org 818-897-3130

California Call to Arts! Expo on Saturday Aug 16th from 9am to 8pm at the beautiful Titan Student Union facilities at Cal State Fullerton (about 5 miles from Disneyland). The Call to Arts! Expo will include over 2000 artists coming together, 100 arts and music exhibitors and organizations, 25 musical performances/sets at the Creative Vision musical showcase (with folk, Latin, Rock, World Fusion and Visionary) on the Main Stage in the exhibition pavilion, a juried visual art exhibition of more than 30 top fine artists and the Longest Open Mic Showcase west of the Mississippi featuring another 100 songwriters.

Artists Helping Artists (AHA!) and The Creative Line magazine are offering the first 1,000 artists that register at www.calltoarts.artistshelpingartists.org FREE access to the big Southern California Call to Arts! Expo on Saturday Aug 16th from 9am to 8pm at the beautiful Titan Student Union facilities at Cal State Fullerton (about 5 miles from Disneyland). The Call to Arts! Expo will include over 2000 artists coming together, 100 arts and music exhibitors and organizations, 25 musical performances/sets at the Creative Vision musical showcase (with folk, Latin, Rock, World Fusion and Visionary) on the Main Stage in the exhibition pavilion, a juried visual art exhibition of more than 30 top fine artists and the Longest Open Mic Showcase west of the Mississippi featuring another 100 songwriters.


This is a fabulous networking opportunity for any artist who wants to get more connected to other artists and arts leaders in Southern California. And to have an opportunity to be part of this size of an expo for free is quite unique. To receive the FREE offer to the Call to Arts! expo artists must register at Expo Registration page at www.calltoarts.artistshelpingartists.org and then deliver one sample of their art work -- visual art print, CD, demo, book of poetry, etc. -- to the big ART BINS at Registration on the day of the Expo! The art works that are provided have a special purpose not yet announced. For more details on the offer and the expo go to the web site or email info@artistshelpingartists.org or call (818) 897-3130.


Sponsors and Partners of the expo include Southwest Airlines, Danielak Art, Music ConnectionMagazine, Mister Art, Entertainment Today, Live Music Magazine, Indiespace.com, Sam Ash, Galaris.com, CDBaby, The Indie Music Bible, Musicians Corner, ONEWAY magazine, LA SongNet, Folk Works, Love and Laughter Music, Roland, Keyboard Concepts, Y3K Global Marketing and Entertainment, LA Women in Music, Freedohm Entertainment, World Art Supply, Music Heals, Indie-Music.com, Sennheiser, Dick Blick Art Supplies, Disc Makers, Songsalive! and Tonos.

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