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Liberty Arts NewsFlash

Published Mar 8, 2013, 9:25am
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March 8, 2013

Sneak a peek at Liberty Arts Squared 

Local arts enthusiasts can grab a sneak peak of what's in store for the 2013 Liberty Arts Squared arts festival at the Preview Party and artists' reception on March 21 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Belvoir Winery.

 

This event will showcase more than 20 fine artists who, among others, will also participate this summer in the Liberty Arts Squared Festival. Art and fine crafts will be available to purchase directly from the artists at the Preview, and many quality items, including artwork, will also be available for purchase at the Preview's silent auction. Donations of silent auction items for the Preview are still gratefully accepted until March 15.



Proceeds from the event and the auction will benefit the Liberty Arts Squared festival, which will occur this year on May 31 and June 1 around the Liberty Square.

 

While perusing the artwork and visiting with the artists, attendees will be entertained by Carole Tanner and the Liberty Symphony Orchestra.  

 

Tickets for the Preview cost $10 each, which includes a glass of wine or soft drink and light hors d'oeuvres. Tickets may be purchased in advance at Main Street Goods and Goodies, Bea's Designs, Belvoir Winery, the Historic Downtown Liberty, Inc. office, and on-line at www.LibertyArtsSquared.org. Tickets may also be purchased at the door on the evening of the event.

 

The Belvoir Winery is located at 1325 Odd Fellows Road in Liberty.

 

To make a donation to the silent auction, or for more information about the event, call event co-chair Heather Jones at 816.421.4460. For more information about the Liberty Arts Squared Festival, please visit www.LibertyArtsSquared.org, or e-mail festival organizers at staff@libertyartssquared.org.

 


Call for Artists for Liberty Arts Squared  

    

The 4th Annual Liberty Arts Squared Festival is now accepting applications from visual and literary artists to participate in the two-day arts festival, May 31 and June 1, 2013.

 

The festival will begin with an evening of fine visual arts and crafts booths and headlining musical entertainment on Friday evening, May 31. Saturday, June 1, will feature a full range of exhibits and activities with live music, interactive and children's activities, visual arts and fine crafts, and authors and singer/songwriters.



Entries are juried and merit cash awards are given in the visual, folk arts and crafts, and literary arts categories, with a Best Overall Festival Exhibit, Best Individual Fine Visual Exhibit, Best Individual Fine Folk Arts and Crafts Exhibit, among others. Judging will take place on Friday night, May 31. More than $3,000 in prizes will be awarded.

 

Information about the festival and application information for literary artists can be found at www.libertyartssquared.org. Fine artists must apply through www.zapplication.com.

 

All entries must be received at ZAPPlication by noon, March 21, 2013.

 

For more information about the festival or application process, send an e-mail to staff@libertyartssquared.org.

Upcoming Events

March 15-16 Connie Dover in concert at Corbin Theatre, 7:30 pm, Tickets: $15.

 

March 21 Liberty Arts Squared Preview at Belvoir Winery. 5-8 pm. Tickets: $10.  

 

 

March 24 Rising Stars Jazz Jam at Corbin Theatre. 7 pm. Donation at the door.

 

April 11-13 and 18-20 "The 39 Steps" at Corbin Theatre. Tickets: $12.

 

April 18-20 "Arcadia" by Tom Stoppard at Jewell Theatre. 7pm and 2 pm on 4/20. Tickets: $10/$5.

 

April 27  Liberty Symphony Orchestra in concert: "Community". 7:30 pm. Tickets.

 

April 29 The Liberty Community Chorus presents "Carpe Diem" Music of Hope and Celebration at Gano Chapel. 7:30 pm. Tickets: $10.

 

Through March 12 

Exhibit: Art as an Avenue for Reconciliation at the Stocksdale Gallery, William Jewell College. Free.

 


Items Needed for Liberty Arts Squared


Liberty Arts Squared Festival organizers are collecting the following items that you may have stashed around your home. As you clean out your closets and drawers this spring, consider dropping them off at City Hall to be recycled into art!  

 

colored chalk

child-friendly paints

plastic or styrofoam egg cartons

paint brushes

glue 

wrapping paper

newspaper

brown grocery bags

stickers

masking tape

ribbon, crepe paper

buttons

Legos or Duplos

pipe cleaners

beads

paper cups (4 oz. size )

Q-tips

brown paper sandwich bags

paper

 

Items may be dropped in the collection bin located in the lobby of City Hall during regular business hours. Liberty City Hall is located at 101 E. Kansas St. If you have items to donate, but can't make it to City Hall, please call 439-4537.


Quick Links

  

Liberty Arts Commission 

  

Liberty Arts Squared Festival

  

Corbin Theatre 

  

Harriman - Jewell Series


Jewell Theatre Company

  

Liberty Community Chorus

  

Liberty Symphony Orchestra

  

Community Arts Calendar


For more information about the Liberty Arts Commission 

call (816) 439-4537 or e-mail: arts@ci.liberty.mo.us.

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