Art Show -
Thanks for participating in DVAL’s 2020 Art Sale at St. David’s.
Your next step is to enter the inventory of art you plan to display at the sale. An Artist Inventory Form has been set up on the DVAL website.
Art is entered one piece at a time. Each time you submit an entry you will receive a confirmation of that entry in an email message. You can enter all of your art in one session or sign on multiple times and enter some of your pieces. All of your inventory must be entered by midnight, Saturday, March 21st.
On March 22nd, you will receive an email with your attached Inventory List and will be able to check it and make any changes required. Changes will be made by marking up the list and returning it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check-In / Set Up
Panels are being set up during the afternoon of Thursday, March 26th, 2020. Artists can check-in starting at 4 PM. Please bring a copy of your biography, limited to one sheet that may be double-sided, for the Artists’ Biographies binder.
Two tables will be set up for check-in, separated alphabetically, A-K and L-Z. At check-in you will receive your Panel Designation, a final Inventory Sheet, labels for display of art on panels and labels for the back of your art. You are responsible for hanging your art on the designated panels and filling and positioning your portfolio bin if you chose to bring one. Hooks for hanging art will be provided. Volunteers will be available to answer questions and assist as needed.
The opening Reception will be held from 6 PM to 8 PM on Friday, March 27th. All artists are expected to attend the reception. It is a fun evening to enjoy camaraderie with your fellow artists and the community.
Conclusion - Pickup
The Sale ends at 4 PM on Sunday, March 29th. Artists can pick up their art after the sale has concluded.
Everyone is encouraged to promote the sale among friends, acquaintances and collectors. You can download a copy of the postcard advertising the sale here. Please post it if you have a website or Facebook Page and / or distribute copies by email. Hard copies of the postcard are also available to be distributed to area businesses that you frequent, churches, etc.