North of Seattle, Pigs Peace Sanctuary
www.pigspeace.org , home to over
190 rescued pigs — some big, some little — and other rescued animals, will
make the sanctuary not only a safe haven for animals and their human
friends but an art destination as well. We are encouraging artists to
include a vacation trip to the great Northwest.
Artists are invited to be at the sanctuary and work during
the days, Saturday July 23rd through Sunday July 31st, or you are invited
to stay overnight and camp out that week for a night or two or seven... (BYOT...
bring your own tent)! Vegan cooks have already promised to provide dinners
for the artists each night of that week.
Works can be painted directly on buildings OR painted on
wood and attached to buildings OR sculptures can be free-standing or
attached to buildings OR you can send works of art to be permanently
displayed. The art all needs to be animal-safe if close to the ground
because piggies use anything their height as scratching posts and/or for
If you have never been to Pigs Peace, you are welcome to
visit ahead of time so that you can be inspired about how your creations
can help the animals. It's about a 45 minute ride north of Seattle to the
sanctuary (directions on the site), and the chosen spots will be on a
Contact artist and event coordinator Jules Anslow
(425/252-7989, firstname.lastname@example.org for information and please RSVP
before July 10.
The pigs thank you for your creations.
Pigs Peace Board Member, Veda Stram
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