SIX x ATE: North will take place on Thursday, December 5th 2019, 6:00-9:00 PM (presenters arrive at 5:00) at Chatham University Eden Hall Campus and will feature artists whose work is engaged with and/or inspired by sustainability as it relate to the environment.
SIX x ATE is an ongoing dinner and lecture series aimed at strengthening our creative community in and around the greater Pittsburgh area. Each event is themed and presents 6 artists and one chef. The audience is a mixture of arts professionals and interested members of the public. Participating artists will receive a $50 stipend, and dinner/drinks during the event or you can swap your stipend for an extra ticket. Artists have the opportunity to promote their work, make real connections, and have a great time. SIX x ATE has a history of forging amazing collaborations and creating true patrons of the arts. We are thrilled to partner with Chatham University to produce SIX x ATE: North focused on sustainability.
For more information on past SIX x ATE events, click here.
Artists who work in any/all mediums, who are inspired by the environment or connect to ideas of sustainability, are invited to apply to participate in SIX x ATE: North. Artists have 5 minutes to present or perform their work as it connects to this theme of the environment- this time limit will be enforced during the event. Presentation content can sum up a body of work, be a performance, focus on one or two pieces, or veer far from your normal practice.
Accepted artists must submit their presentations in pdf, ppt, or mov files by November 22nd and must be present for a run-through of presentations on (date TBD) or they will be removed from the event. Final presentation are due two weeks before the event on November 22nd.
Submission Due: September 15th
Selected artists notified: October 1st
Run-through at Small Mall (5300 Butler St) on November 12th from 6:00 - 7:00pm
Final presentations due: November 22nd
SIX x ATE North: December 5th (Artists arrive at Chatham University Eden Hall at 5PM)
Submissions are due EOD on September 15th, 2019.
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