We are pleased to announce the date and venue for Mixed Concrete 2015!
The show’s opening, including silent auction, will take place Friday February 27th at 1789 Venture Lab on Franklin Street above Four Corners Restaurant.
Artists: we need YOU to make this a success. If you would like to submit your work, email images to firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t have anything completed yet? Not to worry–we will be accepting submissions until two weeks before the show. In the meantime, you can prepare to begin working on your piece(s) for submission.
Triangle Community: we need YOU, too, to make this a success. Keep this date on your calendar–it will be a night you don’t want to miss. Additionally, reach out to any artists you know, encouraging them to submit work.
We are humbled by the immense support Mixed Concrete has received over the past three years, and eager to sustain our community impact. We can’t wait to see what 2015 has in store for Mixed Concrete.
We are so grateful for another successful event this year. A big thank you to everyone who came out and supported Mixed Concrete’s third annual show. Looking forward to keeping this event going in years to come.
If you were unable to attend the event, you can still make a donation online!
Again, Mixed Concrete wouldn’t be possible without your support – we are so appreciative.
Location: TRU Deli + Wine Bar on the corner of Rosemary and Henderson
When: Friday, Jan. 24 – Sunday, Jan. 26
Hours: 7pm-2am (Friday), 10:30am-2am (Saturday), 10:30am-3pm (Sunday)
Opening Reception: Friday, Jan. 24 at 7pm
Mixed Concrete 2014 will begin with the Opening Reception at 7pm on Friday, Jan. 24 at TRU Deli + Wine Bar. This opening night event will include guest speakers Christine Odom, the Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity North Carolina, and Sherry Horne, a future Habitat homeowner in Chapel Hill. The show is on display until Sunday, Jan. 26 at 3pm. The silent auction component of the show will run from Friday, Jan. 24 at 7pm until Saturday, Jan. 25 at midnight. Non-auction, for sale items like jewelry, pottery, prints, and other works will be on sale from the opening until 3pm on Sunday or when they sell out. And as always, donations are greatly appreciated. You can donate here on our website by clicking on the “Donate Now” tab in the top of the page.
Thank you for your support!
The Mixed Concrete Team
Attention UNC Art Students:
Unsure about what to do with pieces from an art class this past semester?
HANG ON TO THEM! …And consider exhibiting them in the Mixed Concrete 3rd Annual Art Show.
Here are the details:
When? January 24-26, 2014
Where? Tru Deli + Wine
What? An art show benefitting UNC’s Habitat for Humanity. Proceeds help provide homes for families in our own community.
Calling all UNC student artists!
Mixed Concrete is currently accepting submissions for the 3rd Annual silent auction in January at TRU! Getting involved is easy! Just send an email with your name, contact info, and images of your work to email@example.com – feel free to get in touch with questions about the show too!
January 24th-26th @ TRU Deli + Wine
If you missed last year, you’re still in luck. If you came last year, the fun’s not over.
Not sold yet? Wait until you see what we’ve got coming.
THANK YOU to everyone who came out to Mixed Concrete this weekend and supported Habitat for Humanity. In two days, all of you bought over 75 pieces of student artwork and came out in force to celebrate our community! Emily and I could not be happier with Mixed Concrete 2013 in any way. It was incredible to see so many friends, family members, faculty, and local supporters together at TRU. Just take a look at the pictures below to remember the incredible event this weekend. We appreciate all of you and are happy for the future of Habitat in Chapel Hill. By investing in the community, we strengthen and empower each other. Keep it up!