Monster Drawing Rally 2014
A Live Drawing and Fundraising Event
Saturday, April 12, 2014, 6:00PM - 10:00PM
Get Ready for a Monstrous Good Time!
Live Event: Saturday, April 12, 6:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Artists drawing: 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
(FREE for SPACES members/Season Pass holders and children age 17 and under)
Work Remains on view through Sunday, April 13, 2014
MDR is a live drawing event and fundraiser featuring over 100 artists creating original works of art in one hour shifts. As the drawings are completed, they will be hung on the walls and made available to purchase for $65 each.
MDR provides a unique opportunity to watch a drawing come to life, and to own a work of art minutes after its completion. Proceeds from the event provide direct support for SPACES' public projects.
Bring the Family!Li'l Monster Drawing Rally: a section where children and families may sit, draw and display their work on the wall for the evening or the weekend.
Want to know more?For a list of participating artists and more information about this years event, Artist List - http://bit.ly/MDR_Artistslist
EXTRASUtrecht / Blick PRIZE WHEEL - Guests can spin the wheel for prizes ranging from art supplies to tote bags to t-shirts.
Rust Belt Monster Art Collective - Members of the collective will create a large-scale work for 3 hours during MDR. The finished work will be available for sale, and the price will be based on the number of participating Rust Belt Monsters.
DJ Chris Kulcsar- Chris will keep the tunes going all night and work on his own MDR piece at the same time. OOOH the talent!
MDR Fan-Josh Usmani tells why he this is one his favorite events - http://bit.ly/MDR_BLOG.
Monster Drawing Rally 2014 Illustration by Josh Usmani
PropsMonster Drawing Rally was conceived by Southern Exposure (SoEx) in San Francisco and has become a national model. SoEx has partnered with nonprofit arts organizations in Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Richmond, Brooklyn and now Cleveland to help them establish the Monster Drawing Rally with SoEx's support. SoEx is proud to share their successful fundraising models and community-building strategies with similar artist-centered organizations.