2015 Drunken Historical Society Detroit Fete d'Anniversaire
CALL FOR ENTRIES
The Detroit Drunken Historical Society, in conjunction with Corktown Studios, is calling all artists, designers, and makers to conceive and create visual interpretations of Detroit Folklore for a Detroit birthday celebration this summer.
The Detroit Drunken Historical Society would like to commemorate the City of Detroit’s birthday this July with a party celebrating the folklore of our city’s French past. We are seeking artists of all media to generate new works surrounding a selection of French-centric historical works of fiction provided.
The Detroit Drunken Historical Society is a meetup group that hosts monthly activities at local bars in Detroit for people to come out and learn about Detroit’s 300 year history in a casual, engaging environment.
When and Where
The pieces will be put on display and up for sale in a Silent Auction at Jam Handy on East Grand Boulevard in Detroit during the Detroit Drunken Historical Society’s City Fête d'Anniversaire on July 24th, 2015 at the Jam Handy
Pieces will need to be delivered to that location one (1) week prior to the event date. Exact time will be set closer to event date.
Who Can Apply
Artists can work in any medium, be any age, or in any stage of their career.
Artists will receive a $100 stipend for each piece of work selected to be created, with $50 provided at award, and $50 provided when the piece is delivered for the final show. Each piece will be placed for sale via a silent art auction format, with the artist earning 90% of the sale price, 10% being sent to Corktown Studios for organization and facilitation in the event. Artists will set the value of the piece, with bidding starting at 50% of suggested value. Artists may propose up to 3 pieces.