Saturday, September 26, 2020
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“Easels Under the Trees” Event and Call for Volunteers at Coronado Library

Calling Coronado Visual and Literary Artists

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This event is for you – Don’t Miss it!

Saturday, September 15, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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“Easels Under the Trees,” A Gathering of

Coronado Artists and Writers

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Location: Coronado Library Lawn outside the Winn Room

An Event sponsored by the Coronado Cultural Arts Commission in conjunction with the Coronado Art Walk

Non-juried outdoor easel exhibit, 10 – 5:00 PM, open to all Coronado artists who currently paint, or make other visual art, or have done so in the past. Bring your easels, a chair, perhaps an umbrella and your own art to display, along with business cards and any promotional materials you wish to distribute. Arrive 10:00 -12:00 Exhibit, Paint till 5:00.

“Plein air” Painting! Bring your art materials and paint under the beautiful trees. A children’s art activity and painting demonstrations are also in the works.

Writers’ Reading, 12:00-4:00 PM, benches next to the tennis courts outside Winn Room entrance, (facing 6th St). All Coronado writers are invited to read from their work, published and unpublished, poets, novelists, essayists, playwrights, journalists, storytellers and others who enjoy putting words to paper or into a computer drive. Read for neighbors, family and friends. Enjoy hearing what others in our community are writing. From past gatherings, we know our writers are fabulous and the camaraderie at this type of event is greatly enjoyed!

There will be adequate seating, (chairs as well as benches), a sound system, a schedule (flexible) and possible musical interludes to ensure the event is enjoyable for all.

A Great Day to Celebrate Your Art with family, friends and neighbors! The Coronado Art Walk Shuttle will bring visitors from the Ferry Landing to the Library for this event, the Sara Rowe Exhibit and Tours of the Library Art Collection. The Library Coffee Cart is open, the Senior Center Hot Dog & Root Beer Float Sale is on and we plan to have local solo/small ensemble musicians playing on the lawn.

Volunteers are needed for “Easels Under the Trees” event. High school students are encouraged to volunteer during this event to help set up, supervise children, and clean up. Shifts available.

RSVP! It’s free, but you must Pre-register.

To register or to volunteer,

Contact Doris Besikof, Chair Visual & Literary Arts Committee

Coronado Cultural Arts Commission

dorisbesikof@aol.com, Tel. (619) 575-8317

Registration Form Registration%20Form%20Art%20Walk.doc

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