(NASHVILLE) - Artists are asked to apply for a May show in Nashville that will benefit the Brown County Humane Society and Pets Alive of Bloomington.
"Artists for Animals" is a juried show open to all artists who may enter up to three pieces with no entry or jury fee. Artists are asked to contribute 50 percent or more of their sales to the charities. Entries may be literal or metaphorical animal-related paintings, photographs, sculptures, ceramic, wood, fiber art or other media.
The show will open 5 p.m. May 5 and run May 2 through May 31 at Chateau Thomas Winery, 225 S. Van Buren in Coachlight Square.
The show was organized by Ingrid Skoog, who is participating in the upcoming "Dancing with the Celebrities" event. She is raising money for Pets Alive. Co-sponsors of the show are Art Alliance Brown County and Chateau Thomas Winery in Nashville.
For more information, contact Anabel Hopkins at 812-340-8781 or 812-837-9607.
Pets Alive is a not-for-profit spay, neuter and vaccination clinic in Bloomington that performs the majority of the Brown County Humane Society's procedures. The Brown County Humane Society animal shelter is renowned for its very high percentage of pets leaving alive, close to reaching the status of a "no-kill" shelter.
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