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How Much is that Doggy in the Window?

Animal lovers, pet owners, and anyone with an affinity for our furry friends, the WALK Gallery LLC is hosting a collaboration with Charleston Animal Society (CAS) on an art show called How Much is that Doggy in the Window?

WALK Gallery needs your artwork donations for the show to benefit the Charleston Animal Society. All artwork needs to be animal related and ready to hang by February 5. To donate your work, email entry@walkgallery.org. Art work is also accepted at the CAS located at 455 Remount Road, North Charleston.

The ongoing project How Much is that Doggy in the Window? aims to bring awareness to shelter animals’ needs and to help the adoption process. It will be opening the week of the South Eastern Wildlife Expo (SEWE) and go through the end of February. All artwork that does not sell will be entered in the annual fundraiser A Furry Affair this June.

This is a wonderful opportunity to help the Charleston Animal Society AND get your work seen. What are you waiting for?! Man’s best friend needs you.

Click here to download donation form.


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What Does Peace Mean to You?

peaceHelp the WALK Gallery bring awareness to September 21, the International Day of Peace and Cease Fire by expressing visually what peace means to you. There are no age limits on the show — the WALK Gallery asks only that you give an open interpretation of what a day of peace means to you.

Submit your bio, artist statement, and an example of your work to entry@walkgallery.org by August 24, 2009. The WALK Gallery will contact you via email on details of the show. There is a $5 entry fee, which will be collected when the artwork is dropped off for installation. If you have submitted work to WALK Gallery in the past, your fee will be waived.

Need help getting started? Go to PeaceOneDay.org for some inspiration!

Art Meet!

A creative meet and greet for artists, collectors, galleries, and creative enthusiasts.”

WALK GALLERY, LLC and Artist Publica are calling all artists, gallery owners, collectors, art appreciators, et al, to come out and meet each other, brainstorm and catch up on upcoming events. Bring your portfolios and make connections, have some dinner, drinks and conversation. It’s all taking place at 6 pm, Tuesday July 28th at the downtown Taco Boy, 217 Huger Street.

DATE: Tuesday, June 28th
TIME: 6 pm
LOCATION: Taco Boy, 217 Huger Street

The 6:00 p.m. meeting is a forum for those involved and interested in the arts community to meet one another, brainstorm and collaborate on events. 

The meeting at 217 Huger Street will be the first in a monthly installment.  Rena Lasch, W A L K Gallery’s founding member, local artist Max Miller, and other notable figures in the art community will be in attendance. For more information visit http://www.walkgallery.org