15th Annual ART@ the DUMP 2017
April 22, Sat. 10-4 and Sun. 23 from 10 - noon,
at the Transfer Station
approximately 6 miles west of Goshen CT
ARTISTS: deliver your artwork
made from recycled materials
Sat. between 8-10am
To: the sand shed
at the Cornwall Transfer Station route 4
1. work must be made from recycled materials
3. Remember: to number each piece with your initials and number in order on all forms.
4. Pick-up your unsold art at 12:00 noon Sunday
-Artists of all ages are welcome
-We will sell from 10-4 on Sat and 10 until noon Sun.
-no entry fee
-artwork awarded 'trashophies' by popular vote
30% of sales donated to CCS art department
questions? call Gail Jacobson 860-672-6639
As the saying goes, One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Everyone’s taste is different, and that’s a good thing. The things that you enjoy are the things that make you who you are. They influence your style, your taste, and the type of art you create.
In fact, Austin Kleon encourages artists to dumpster dive. “‘Dumpster diving’ is one of the jobs of the artist— finding the treasure in other people’s trash, sifting through the debris of our culture, paying attention to the stuff that everyone else is ignoring, and taking inspiration from the stuff that people have tossed aside for whatever reasons.”
But in order to do this, we must be keenly aware of where to look. “All it takes to uncover hidden gems is a clear eye, an open mind, and a willingness to search for inspiration in places other people aren’t willing or able to go.”
"Make a Face"
Is this year's 'added atraction' for inspiration.
Sometimes we need a jump start to thinking in a particular direction. This is not manditory as we know many of you have so many more ideas to try.
some examples: Masks, portraits, selfies, etc all with recycled materials