There is a lot happening at this years' Love & Records! Don't miss a beat by planning your day! We suggest: review the schedule here; tell your family - they might want to ride the ferris wheel with you!
Did you know Love & Records will feature a "Living Walls" outdoor art gallery? Made possible thanks to the support of local Lethbridge businesses Drunken Sailor and the Owl Acoustic Lounge!
Each local artist featured is interpreting this concept in their own unique style and perspective. A living wall - literally could be growing plants, it could be artists making a living wage, the garbage collected during a time of living or watching an artist create during the day - a living example of our beautiful existence. Please come see for yourself what the 5 chosen artists install during this years Love & Records!
Downtown Lethbridge on September 17 will be AWESOME! Save the date, tell a friend, and don't miss the fun at Galt Gardens!
We are seeking artists for our outdoor art gallery! Exhibit multiple pieces, connect with buyers, and keep 100% of your proceeds.
The vinyl record donation and recycling program accepts vinyl records and audio equipment from the community year-round. Records are then sold at the Love & Records music festival and record fair in Lethbridge in September. Money raised goes to fund the Love & Records music festival!
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Love & Records Fair is seeking artwork for its outdoor gallery.
The work will be unveiled at 11am Saturday, September 13, 2014 in Galt Gardens.
Love & Records is western Canada's largest outdoor record fair held annually at Galt Gardens in downtown Lethbridge. Featuring music from across Canada and record venders from across Alberta. Love & Records brings together a community of like-minded people to share in their love of music, art and culture.
When: Love & Records, Saturday September 13
Where: Galt Gardens Lethbridge, AB
Space: Outdoor Gallery
Exhibition is an 8 - hour duration
Keep in mind that submissions will be attached to a chain link fence or displayed on pallet pedestals and subject to Mother Nature. Artists are encouraged to make or submit work that utilizes the site in a creative way. This may involve making site–specific work that incorporates the park space into its design or submitting sculpture, 2D works, mixed media or performance based works that are suitable for the outdoors. Works on paper will not be accepted unless mounted or framed. Work must be suitable for all ages.
If you are interested please submit 2-5 jpeg images of proposed work or 2-5 jpeg images of previous work and a brief statement that outlines the proposed work. Please include your full name, title of the work, medium and date of work in the submission.
Send submissions to: email@example.com
Successful candidates will be contacted by Saturday, August 25, 2014.
Troy Nickle - Exhibition Curator
Kristin Krein - Co coordinator