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June 25, 2012
 

Hammered & Nailed

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Written by: marvin

Ashleigh Kay & Joe Bun Keo present
HAMMERED & NAILED 2: A FREE OPEN CALL TO CREATIVITY!!!

Join us this summer in one of the largest salon style group shows in the state! Featuring work from local artists from all over CT both emerging and established! This year’s door …admission will be in the form of a non-perishable, preferably vegan or vegetarian, food donation. All food donations will be going to Food Not Bombs, an organization striving to end hunger and violence.

Parking for event: Union Station Parking Lot, $5 parking vouchers will be available the night of the event. 21+ to drink, ID required, no funny business!!! We want a safe and fun event for all. Any unwanted behavior will result in dismissal from event and off property. Respect the artwork, artists and the space. The show is un-juried andun-censored, take this into consideration when deciding whether or not to bring children.

ANY QUESTIONS EMAIL US: hammeredandnailedartevent@gmail.com



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