Sunday, March 6, 2011

Fibras Musicales Project Update - Dwayne Wanner

project update- please confirm participation asap

Fibras Musicales Project update
First of all Thank You for your support for this first
“Fibrations” project. Fibras Musicales to be held in conjunction
with the Brott Festival. The critical components of the project are
in place.

So........Vamos Muchachos........... letʼs go.

The well known Burlington Art center (http://www.thebac.ca/) has
agreed to permit us to show the works of this project at the BAC
from June 24 to July 18, 2011. People may see the works and bid
on them there and collect information about the artists. Entrance
to the BAC is free ( parking at $ 1.00/hr) so spread the word. I
am working on a second venue for July 20 to August 11.

Funding for the website and the brochure is not confirmed yet.

A revised schedule is below. Please note modified dates.

The Brott Festival marketing machine starts in May .The sooner I
can get confirmations and pictures from the artists the better. This
event will get a wide sweep across southern Ontario .

Works Specifications:
The concept is that the fibre works are inspired by listening
to the music that will be played the night of the August 11, 2011
concert; Lalo’s ’ Symphonie Espagnole; Ravel’s Bolero; De
Falla’s Three cornered Hat. At this point we plan to show giant
slides of the works during the concert probably during the Bolero
portion.

Final Submission Guidelines: Revised March 3,2011.

1. Donations must be Minimum 12 inches on any one side and
a maximum of 36 inches on any one side. FYI the BAC site lends
itself to 30 inches high by 18 inches wide. This is a change from
the original notification because the gallery venues lend
themselves to larger pieces than we could display only in the
smaller foyer of the concert hall. The newly built foyer will lend
itself to larger works as well. Also we do not have to move the
works as often as thought.

2. Only two works per artist will be accepted.

3. Please forward digital copies of the work by e mail as soon as
these are ready. This will help us plan layouts.

4. ALL artwork donated must be ready to hang. If artwork not
otherwise mounted, a sleeve or other method of hanging must
be attached. Artwork on stretchers should have hooks and wire
attached. We will supply hanging rods etc. but the works must
have a sleeve or hanging straps.

5. All donations must have label with title (or "untitled") and
artist's name clearly written. Label should be affixed to the back
of the work. Professional gallery labels will be made for the
BAC venue.

6. Each artist is asked to prepare a 25 word description of this
work that should include materials/techniques to help bidders
understand what the image on the website represents. Artists
should also submit a 25 word bio on types of work available
and contact information. All of this should be sent as digital e
mail so that it can easily be transferred to labels and printing
press. This information can be sent prior to shipping the work
itself. Please send this information as soon as possible to
facilitate preparation of the exhibition.

7. Images will not be posted until the work is received.

8. Please do not use peanuts, confetti, shredded paper, or
padded envelopes filled with linty fuzz - all these things make a
mess when opening the package and the confetti and fuzzy
stuff sticks to the quilts.

9. Please mail your donation with a tracking number or prestamped/
addressed postcard to let you know it arrived. Auction
coordinator will endeavor to email donor when work arrives.
PLEASE ship to:
Fibrations / Dwayne Wanner
828 King Road
Burlington, Ontario, Canada L7T 3K9
E mail contact: dwanner@sympatico.ca.

Project schedule as of March 3, 2011 Start date Completion date

Digital picture along with
specifications and artist data e mailed
to dwanner@sympatico.ca March 3 May 1, 2011

All works including artist bio-data
delivered to Dwayne Wanner,
burlington June 1, 2011

Works photographed June 2, JUNE 6, 2011

Web site activated with photographs June 15

Brochure printed June 20, 2011

works on display at the Burlington Art
center June 24, 9:00 AM July 17, 10:00 PM

Works moved to Display site at
Mohawk Concert Hall Gallery Tentative 2011-07-18 2:00 PM

Spanish Night Concert August 11, 7 PM August 11 10:00 PM

Bidding Closes August 11, 11:00PM


Project description:
Fibre artists are requested to donate small quilt works (min height or width 12 inch x
max h/w 36 inch ) on the theme of specific pieces of music being played at a “Spanish
Night” symphonic concert. (Ravelʼs Bolero, Laloʼs Symphony Espagnole, Fallaʼs Three
Cornered Hat).
All proceeds from sale of works will go to support apprentice musicians in this unique
symphony orchestra. There are several distinct benefits for the fibre artists who donate
work. Each artist will receive a charitable donation tax receipt for sale price of work.
They will receive online and print publicity for their submission and for their website.
Artists may also receive tickets to the Spanish night concert or to alternate concerts
within the festival.. (Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville).