Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Reminder : Call for Artists! Art of the Automobile

Deadline is Friday, April 2nd: http://www.artworksdowntown.org/AWDEvents.html#callforentries
Art of the Automobile
April 29 - June 4
Racing Reception Fri May 7
To coincide with San Rafael’s
fabulous automotive events:
• May Madness Classic Car Parade • May 8
• Marin-Sonoma Concours d’Elegance • May 16
This showcase of multi-media automotive fine art merges the art world and the car world - Requirements:
• 2D and 3D works using automobiles as subject matter, compositional elements or using car parts as the medium
• all media will be considered

Monday, March 29, 2010

TONIGHT: MIXER in SAUSALITO 6-8 pm

Join us at the first Artsboretum Meetup! It's an opportunity for creative people to mix and mingle in a fun setting. No, there won't be any live music, but afterwards, you have your choice of live options nearby - we'll have a list.
Just be sure to bring plenty of business cards and be open to meeting new people - you never know, you just might find your next creative collaborator. NO COVER CHARGE. $5 well drinks, $5 20 oz. or $3 12 oz. drafts, 1/2 off all wine, and $5 bar appetizers.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Music is a vehicle for change!

Do you love Music, Art and Dance? Do you have a sense of fun and adventure? Make a difference and have a blast while doing it! Join in the fun by driving A Vehicle for Change
It's easy to participate:
Just purchase one or more of our three great services at great deals - and funds generated from your purchase will go towards supporting non-profit arts organizations.

Friday, March 19, 2010

Hats off to Cartist Jeremy Dean!

A Vehicle for Change salutes Cartist Jeremy Dean, who turned a Hummer into a Horse drawn carriage - Back to the Future!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=moNTnDmygm4

Continuation of our journey!

Hey there - welcome to our new digs!
As you may or may not know, A Vehicle for Change started in 2007 as a non-profit branch of The Plant Studios in Sausalito!
Our mission: to use music, media and the arts as a vehicle for change in the world! We especially like to focus on using music, art and media to engage youth in collaborative, conscious creativity!
Since The Plant closed its doors in 2008, we lost our office and shifted our original mission focus to preserve that building, an amazing icon of our music history, for future generations.
Now that The Plant Studios' Artsboretum is gaining momentum, we are once again able to redirect some of our energy towards A Vehicle for Change, which is now a creative conscious enterprise driving change through music and the arts! We support The Plant Studios' Artsboretum Project and additional arts non-profits that serve at risk and homeless youth in the Bay Area and beyond!