The Art Alliance of the Riverside Art Museum, who previously brought you Art Float—Riverside (inspired by Portraits of Hope), is proud to present Art Bark in the Park, an homage to man (and woman’s) best friend—the dog!
You won't want to miss seeing the park filled with 150 Art Pups! The two-dimensional metal Art Pups are approximately three feet by four feet and a silhouette of one of the following breeds: Labrador, Scotty, Beagle, Basset Hound, and Husky. AND THEY'LL BE TURNED INTO WORKS OF ART by local artists!
The Art Pups will be unveiled at an Opening Night Gala, on Friday, October 4, 2019. An art event like no other!
All funds raised through Art Bark in the Park will help the Riverside Art Museum as we weave art into our community and instill a love of art throughout our city! #ArtBark
We need amazing artists to help us make Art Bark in the Park a puppin' good time for the whole community. Click here for more information.
Artists must be 18 years of age or older. If you have questions, please email ArtBarkInTheParkArtist@gmail.com
Choose one of the Sponsorship Levels below.
$500 “Blue Ribbon”
* Each artist and sponsor will be matched on a first-come, first-served basis by breed at the "Blue Ribbon" and "Top Dog" sponsor levels.
$1000 “Top Dog”
$2500 “Grand Champion”
*Sponsorships must be made by June 1, 2019, in order for us to accommodate specific-artist requests.
$5000 “Best in Show”
*Sponsorships must be made by June 1, 2019, in order for us to accommodate specific-artist and specific-breed requests.
Please respond as soon as possible. The deadline for inclusion on printed materials is August 15, 2019.
Riverside Art Museum Tax ID #95-1904692. Fair Market Value of goods and services received is $250/Art Pup, and $25 per Opening Gala ticket. Please consult your tax advisor and retain for tax purposes.
We hope you'll sponsor so each Art Pup can find its forever home.
Art Pups will be created June–August 2019 and we'll be in touch so you can meet your new friend come Fall.
For more information, contact:
Kathy and John Allavie